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Susan Quelle 




When trying to find likely candidates for 
this dedication, we have, as in past years, 
thought of many teachers and citizens. 
After all, these people helped us to over- 
come the many obstacles that have con- 
fronted us in the past four years; and, for 
this, our sincere thanks and appreciation 
can be fully expressed. However, we would 
like to take this time and space to recognize 
a special group of people who have taken 
the time and space of their lives to make 
our lives all the more meaningful. 

Their constant attentio and devotion has 
enabled us to overcome the obstacles of the 
past eighteen years. They have seen us 
from baby bottles to spin the bottle to beer 





bottles and still they will continue to guide 
us. When looking back at all the misunder- 
standings and conflicts, we realize now, as 
young adults, that even the worst can turn 
out for the best. They have taught us every- 
thing from riding a bike to driving a car, 
but most of all they have taught us to 
respect ourselves and appreciate those 
around us. 

Life is a series of givings and takings. 
Today, we would like to give something 
special to our parents. 

Yes, we dedicate our yearbook to you — 

MOM AND DAD 




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EDITORS: Rayna Sargent and Ellen McCarthy 
LAYOUT; Doug Dillon (Editor) 

SENIORS: Yoanna Zotos (Editor), David McCarthy, Heather Carroll 

SPORTS: Craig Langford and Jodi Sandblom (Editors), Lorraine Carroll, Charlie Coe 

ADVERTISING: Jay McNeill (Editor), Linda Whitlow, Marybeth Fasciano 

ORGANIZATIONS: Lynn O'Toole (Editor) 

ACTIVITIES: Disa Pratt (Editor) 

PROOFREADING: Alexandra Mullen (Editor), Michele Fahey 
ART: Bonnie McClay (Editor), Susan Buckley 
SALES: Debbie Jancsics 
TYPING: Mary Frugoli 
BUSINESS: Kevin Crough 

UNDERCLASSMEN: Barbie Gurnis and Connie Grant (Editors) 
ADVISOR: Mrs. Wunschel 



" 'Twas the night before the yearbook deadline and all through the school not a crop- 
per was idle and the work was so cruel. 

All the pages were .planned with the utmost care in hopes that with you they soon 
could be shared. 

The staff was all frantic; as busy as could be with visions of a finished yearbook being 

all that they could see. 
And Rayna with her candids and Ellen her pages, they all settled down for what 

seemed like ages 

Then there arose such a clatter we sprang from our seats to see what was the matter 
When what to our bleary eyes should appear but a station wagon speeding into 5th 

gear with a little old driver so lively and quick, we knew in a moment, it must be . . . 

Mrs. Wunschel? 

We said not a word and got straight back to work for fear Mrs. Wunschel would call us 
all jerks. 

Then sealing and stamping and taping the box we turned our heads to look at our 

clocks. 

When at last we were done and we sighed in relief and to the Class of '81 we leave you 
all the grief. 



4 




A Decade in the Life 

"The little world of childhood with its familiar surroundings is a model of the greater world," once said the psychologist Carl Jung. 
Indeed, anyone who has followed the career of the Class of '80 over the past ten years would be quick to agree. Beginning with the 
third grade, all the way through to graduation from Cohasset High, the actions and activities of this small group have closely paral- 
leled those of the "real" world. Remember? . . . 



In 1970, the era of the '60's was just ending. America began to settle down in the wake of the Vietnam moratorium and the Kent 
State Massacre. Meanwhile, at Deer Hill, earnest third-grade flutophonists, perhaps inspired by Woodstock, tooted madly to produce 
"Windy" and other classics. At the same time, their Joseph Osgood counterparts engaged in prolonged chases during recess, much as 
the police were chasing mass-murderer Charles Manson. It was already evident that this class would distinguish itself in years to 
come. 



Fourth grade was our introduction to world culture. At the same time as President Nixon was visiting China, we studied Brazil, 
Ancient Egypt, and Switzerland. But 1972 grew discouraging: George Wallace was shot, Life folded, and Watergate darkened the 
country. So it was that we entered fifth grade with some apprehension and self-consciousness. 

In fact, fifth grade was when we all discovered our own talents: Nancy Laue's story, Doug Dillon's fashion shows, the class car 
wash, Activity Groups, and our free period crafts. However, we continued to interact with the "real" world, with Outdoor School for 
four davs (just after DDT was banned), banking in school (coinciding with the devaluation of the dollar); and who can forget Sex Ed 
with Mrs. McArdle (abortion having just been legalized)? 

The school year of 1973-1974 was a special one for us, because we were at last seniors, preparing to graduate from Deer Hill. 
Accordingly, our anticipation mounted through the year, while we paid close attention to current events. So as Skylab 3 orbited the 
earth on its record 84-day flight that winter, we busied ourselves with science projects of our own, culminating in the Science Fair. 
(Remember those cute little salmon, herring gulls, seals, and baboons?) And while Patty Hearst was running around with the SLA, 
while Alexander Solzhenitsyn was being run out of the U.S.S.R. and Richard Nixon got ready to run away from office, we were doing 
our own running, in the talent show ("The Streak") and in Olympic Day — Mr. Levine's "Greece" naturally emerging victorious. 

The highest point of the entire year was, of course, graduation. As we received our diplomas, and John Aver and Yoanna Zotos their 
S-A-C awards, and while we patted ourselves on the back, we looked forward with some trepidation. What would life in the mysteri- 
ous and hallowed halls of the High School bring? We could only guess. 

So, in September we advanced to the seventh grade. And lo and behold, the place wasn't so bad after all. In fact, we adjusted 
quickly, and soon proved our ability to cope by studying independently in ISCS and OLU. And just as Muhammed Ali won back his 
world heavyweight championship, we displayed our athletic ability in a field day complete with pie-eating, a three-legged race, and 
track and field events. 






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Eighth grade was, for us, just as uncomplicated. Prompted by The Merchant of Venice, we held a magazine drive which netted us a 
sizable amount of capital, Lance Norris l>eing the most successful. In this way we avoided the near-bankruptcy which plagued New 
York City in October of 1975. Then, early in 1976 was a time of scares: swine flu, the Concorde, Legionnaire's Disease, and the 
approval of the death penalty. And in Cohasset, one additonal scare kept the students in awe: a dominating, even terrifying social 

studies teacher. 

By the middle of 1976, the class of '80 had assumed, for the most part, its present-day shape. The notorious Jason Harris and the 
l^elligerent Michael Sabini (poor Miss Chiminello!) had left, but were replaced by an equally infamous limey. And thus strengthened, 
we marched toward the challenges of ninth-grade life. While Vikings I and II examined Mars, we explored the world of the Egyp- 
tians, Hebrews, Greeks and Romans. As Jimmy Carter became President, we became counselors at Camp Wing. Finally our studies of 
SVM, the pattern paragraph, and Julius Caesar, seemed as enjoyable as the saccharine and B-l bombers being banned at that time. 
Even Renaissance Day in May of 1977 was a costumed production rivaling Sfar Wars, released just about then. 

Tenth grade, with the menace of the Green Pen, now loomed. As we studied immigration, an Egyptian president visited an Israeli 
prime minister. The Nixon memoirs came out at the same time as our research papers. Huck Finn's Mississippi River reminded us of 
Ronald Reagan's Panama Canal. And the nostalgia generated by Animal House also appeared in our '50's sock-hop, particularly in 

David McCarthy's costume. 

The year of 1978-1979 looked more promising. Success increased in soccer, basketball, and drama, just as on board the Double 
Eagle II, But it was also a time of numerical difficulties: 14-12, "80", 900 + . 

Thus we arrived at our Senior year. A feeling of general self-confidence, based on victories over Skylab, the Iranian crisis, and Hur- 
ricane David took hold. The result: the stunning successes of, among other things, the Class Play and the Powderpuff game. We 
would remain calm and confident right up to Graduation. 





attitudes and changes of that world. For we have never failed to act sympathetically with the world, and the importance we have in it 
grows even larger. 

In twenty years, the Class of '80 will be the world. At that time we will be expected to control the life we now so faithfully mimic. 
Our success will depend on only one factor: how well we have been able to imitate the adult world while still in school. The shaping 
of destiny will be in our hands alone ... in the future. 

BE THERE 




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Senior Class 



Officers 




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STEVE] ANDERSON 
"Aiula" 'F.X." "Andabum" 

LIKES Hockey, skiing, wixulworking, trucks, 

lour wheelin', good tunes, parties, REMEMBERS 

MOST Charlie Daniels at Lennox, no rave it 
(lis. Kristins. AMBITION To be a brain sur- 
geon. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Goofis, Fast 
Fred, Disco Lag, and Franky. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT Out of town. PRIZED POSSES- 
SION Supa "G." WORST HOHKOR SHOW 
— East Bridgewater, 





MARGARET L. ATKINSON 

" Pe ggy" 

"Moved by deep love, a person is courageous, and 
with frugality, a person becomes generous, and he 
who does not desire to be ahead of the world 
becomes a leader of the world." LIKES — Horses 
especially Starsky and Beau, my family, my 
friends, drawing, Pegasus, Saturday Nite Live, 
being along sometimes, sci. fi., talks with Jen C. 
DISLIKES — The answer "no," housecleaning, 
pony rides, being told I'm too young, Kirby. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Darkle, Berklee #1, 
First Night, Jakey, 5 at UNH, the birth of April, 
Pup's pups, I. Coffee, Bud, Thunder, George. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - "Sue, it's 
empty!", meeting a tree, Kim with a camera. 
Beau s late night jaunts, Starsky's injury. AMBI- 
TION - To own a horse. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Sue P., Sue R., Heather F., David M., 
various family members. FAVORITE HANGOUT 
— The barn. PET PEEVE — Being treated like a 
child. PRIZED POSSESSION - Babish, my 
moped. WORST HORROR SHOW - Marching 
band. ACTIVITIES - Jazz Rock 9-12, Band 9-12, 
Chorus 9-10, SEMSBA 10-11, School Paper 9-11. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS — We don't have eter- 
nity; we only have time. 





JOHN B. AYER 

'Hang-Hog' is Latin for bacon." Shakespeare. 
LIKES — Family, baseball, hockey golf, T's 
unending raves, the lifeguard image, a November 
dip, waterskiing, blackjack. DISLIKES — Losing, 
skunked, Merri's, all bacteria, the tree, broken 
noses. REMEMRERS MOST — Class parties, 
Murph's weekend, Thompson's curve. Pipe's line 
drive. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — 120, last 
year's baseball season. USUALLY SEEN WITH 
— Egg (Louie). FAVORITE EXPRESSION — 
"That s a classic." CAUSE OF DEATH - Law 
school. WORST HORROR SHOW - Pond 
Street. ACTIVITIES — Raseball 1-4, Hockev 1-4, 
Football 1, Cross Country 2, Student Council Rep- 
resentative 1, Senior Class Vice-President. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Out in the 
Green Hornet. 



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ROBERT JOSEPH BEALE 
"Bob" 

"Sometimes I march to the tune of a different 
drummer but I find a lot of other people in step 
with me." LIKES — Lisa, hotkey, skiing, my fam- 
ily, gnobs, N. H., snowy trips, hot sauna after ski- 
ing. DISLIKES — Hospitals, school, inactivity. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Goff passing out on par- 
ents bed after sauna, 12/25/79, S. C, J. T., K. L., 
R. C, J. L., 8/8/79 Nantuket on Coast Guard 
Beach, almost losing Lisa off side of mountain ski- 
ing, 2/16/79. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 10 
/29/78, gold Trans-Am, teaburry shuffle into wall 
+ truck, flipping Cordoba on 3A and wasting 
summer in hospital with Justin raving with nurses. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Lisa, Jeff L., Jeff T., 
Bob, Doug, Ralph, Fred. ACTIVITIES - Hockey, 
Skiing, Football. 




RICHARD PAUL BARROW 
"Rickie" "Pick" 

LIKES — Good parties, going pitting, hunting, 
working on fishing boats, all types of fishing, and 
nice trucks. DISLIKES — Foreign cars, bad 
weather, having no money when I need it. 
REMEMBERS MOST - Road trip "79." 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Night getting 
stuck on beach. AMBITION — California 4 years. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Chip, Bob, F. X. M., 
Brownie. FAVORITE HANGOUT — Cohasset 
harbor. PET PEEVE — Modern World History. 
PRIZED POSSESSION - Light-twelve. CAUSE 
OF DEATH — One too manv. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW - Oct. 10, 1978. ' 




STEVEN WILLIAMS BADEN 
"Stee — Baden" 

"Take advantage of everything you have because 
vou may not get another chance." LIKES — Bas- 
ketball, movies, girls, football, no school days, half 
days, not getting warnings. DISLIKES — Full 
days, the football team, snotty girls, Mondays, the 
school's pizzas. REMEMBERS MOST — 9th 
grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, getting caught bv 
Mr. D. SECRET DESIRE — To meet Lisa Shor- 
mate. AMBITION — To be very popular. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH — Arturb Yarde, Marie 
Miller. FAVORITE HANGOUT - side of the 
new gym. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "I'm 
serious." PET PEEVE — Boring teachers. 
PRIZED POSSESSION — My "gold" chains. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — Too many girls. WORST 
HORROR SHOW — "Exorcist." ACTIVITIES - 
Track, Basketball, Football. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — Sabotaging a 747 crowded with 
people. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Whoever has 
my past lockers — take care of those pictures I left 
there! 




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SCOTT ROBERT BENBOW 
"Ben" 

LIKES — running, skiing, St. Paul Girls, The Out- 
laws, Haagen Dazs, The Boston Globe, Runner's 
World, sleeping late, The Who, spontaneity, good 
competition. DISLIKES — interval training, 
R.WB.'s, SAT forms, Duxbury, ociffers, working 
on Saturday nights, Trigonometry. REMEMBERS 
MOST — school ski trips, Saturdays at Sarah's, 
road-racing, Murphy's weekend bash, OH. par- 
ties. The Cove, waterskiing in Little Harbor, T's 
driving skills. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — 
Chemistry, the East Bridgewater meet, traffic- 
signs, N.H. State Police. SECRET DESIRE — to 
control Wall Street. AMBITION — to qualify for 
Boston. PRIZED POSSESSION — Stereo. 
CAUSE OF DEATH - falling 100 feet off of a 
chair lift. ACTIVITIES - Cross Country 2, 3, 4 
(co-capt.), Track 1, 2, 3, 4, (co-capt.). TWENTY 
YEARS FROM NOW — prime candidate for the 
Presidential election representing the Fish-Frv 
party. LEAVING THOUGHTS -Free advice is 
worth what it costs." 




JOHN J. BELLEFONTAINE 

LIKES — not having to go to Vo-Tech anymore, 
my truck, snow storms, easy teachers, wood carv- 
ing, golfing, food, having money, vacations, week- 
ends, spending money. DISLIKES — Vo-Tech, its 
teachers and everything about it, homework, writ- 
ing, English and Psychology, A.J.C. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST - Vo-Tech. AMBITION - To 
Income rich. USUALLY SEEN WITH - J.O'B, 
T.J., B.B. FAVORITE HANGOUT - anywhere, 
liam, Papa's beach. PRIZED POSSESSION — my 
65 chevy 4x4. WORST HORROR SHOW - 3 
years at Vo-Tech. LEAVING THOUGHTS - 
Glad to be going. 




EDWARDS. BEAR, JR. 
"Pear", "Dave" 

"I didn't be a creep. Did you?" LIKES — Bobby 
and the cats, Big Bed Squirrel Hounds, 928's, 
PintOS, small roast beefs, brooksies, massiveness, 
Uncle John, corporations, yipper, pups, bunnies, 
t(K>l kits. DISLIKES — ociffers, m « m's, deep 
creeps, wagon busters. REMEMBERS MOST — 
Beatlemania and Whitey's x-eountry, "lucky 
streak,'' casathon, Le Car, chinkin I, II, Sandy 
Cove, Murph's weekend, classic raves with T.O., 
the chase, "Just my 'magination," Colby I, II, 
Waterville 79, Squash 75. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST - discomfort, flat tire. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Awsum Tresum, Mickey, Limey, Dill, 
Bimby, Murph, Stiff, Lumpy, Lace, Gunshot. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT - the awesome cavern. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "This is also tnie". 
PRIZED POSSESSION - Henry and the short 
ones. CAUSE OF DEATH - broken back. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - Hingham punch. 
ACTIVITIES - Wrestling, two star club. 




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[AMES HAMMER BRANAGAN 

'No one knows which side the coin will fall" ELO. 
_IKES — cozone, Elvis Costello, Nantasket, good 
grades, my family pizza, parties, Saturday Night 
Live. DISLIKES — disco, wipeouts, raw meat, 
cabbage, school lunches, red, waking up early. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Vermont, brawls in 8th 
n., library, gym, and Spanish I. WANTS TO FOR- 
5ET MOST — 9/23/79 Hull, 4/16/79 Red Lion 
[nn. AMBITION — To become El Presidente. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH — Whiskers. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION - "Seriously." PRIZED POS- 
SESSION — my paper route. WORST HORROR 
SHOW — J.V. Soccer. ACTIVITIES — Soccer, 1, 
J, 4. 






JAMES MATTHEW BROWN, JR. - 
'Matt, Brownie" 

"The battle is not necessarily won at the time of 
the battle." — Pappy Boyinton. LIKES — sports, 
hunting, the sea, lobstering, K-5, F-4, the Navy, 
food, beans, 4x4, vessels, snow, Nantucket, stoops, 
cats, Bluefishing, guns, flying. DISLIKES — get- 
ting grounded, snobs, penalties, striking out, get- 
ting inflamed, flashing blues, disco. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — Seals, offshore. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST — 8/24/79, the accident. 
SECRET DESIRE - to be an ace. AMBITION 
- to rule the sea. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
green shirts, CF, RB, FM, RH. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Green shirt, HQ. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION - This #?*&. PET PEEVE - 
Communism, CAUSE OF DEATH — flamed by 
Dave. ACTIVITIES — Football 1, 2, 4, Hockey 1- 
4, Baseball 1-4 cocapt. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Captain or a Supership. 





RAYMOND A. BROWN 
"Raymond'a" 

"My eyes will soon be wandering the way they 
always do when you are riding for 16 hours and 
nothing much to do." LIKES — Camaro's, con- 
certs, working as a cook. DISLIKES — Jocks, 
snobby people, gym. REMEMBERS MOST — 
Vacation in New Hampshire. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST —June 22, 1979, July 1, 1979. 
SECRET DESIRE — To own my own restaurant 
some day. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Bonnie, 
Debbie, Chris. FAVORITE HANGOUT — 
Beechwood corner or the parking lot, York Steak- 
house parking. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — lets 
dash. PRIZED POSSESSION — my car. CAUSE 
OF DEATH — wasted. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - M.F. ACTIVITIES — Jujitsu. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — living in Cali- 
fornia with my own restaurant. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - Good-Bye. 



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SUSAN MARIE Bl'CKl.FA 
"Su/ic Bee" 

LIKES Blizzard '78, art. my family, forests, 
Rcx'kv Beach, music, sports, teaching swimming to 
kuls, romping, friends CLASS OF H(). DlS 
LIKES Sitting up straight, hard decisions, l>eing 
misunderstood. RENIF.MBERS MOST J. T. (7/ 
28/79), Mr. Emmons ranking sessions . . ., east 
parties. 9/15/78, Mr. Lucas, D. Me., weather 
rone day, pool 1 AM, Pool 7 AM. WANTS TO 
FORGET NIOST Frustration, being serious, 
had davs, einpt\ gas tank, hillhoard and box. 
SE< :RET DESIRE Paint CM S. and C SC. dif- 
ferent colors. AMBITION — To live a long and 
happ) hi. USUALLY SEEN WITH David 

Mc, Heather F., Brace and Co. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Art room. FAVORITE KXl'RES 
SION - "Sav What?" PRIZED POSSESSION 
Family. CAUSE OF DEATH - Paint fumes or 
eating (whichever gets me first). ACTIVITIES — 
Track 0-3, Basketball 1-2, Mgr. 3; Class Plays 3 I 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW 1 11 be King 
on my back painting over the Sistine Chapel. 
I EAVING THOUGHTS - All this time you 
thought I was a quiet and shy person — but all 
along I was a "Wild and Crazy person." 





KRISTIN CAHILL 

"Kissy" 

LIKES — Mv family, summertime, the McNamaras, eat- 
ing, roaring, Mic lights, Saturday Nite Live, General Hos- 
pital, Rohert Redrord, cogliani's, Iceland, getting mail, 
remember whens, mv father's humor, sea breezes, onions, 
my puddy kutti. DISLIKES - "MILEAGE," macaroni 
and cheese, waiting, report cards, fights about the car, 
being told I'm wrong when I know I'm right, and I'm 
never wrong! REMEMBERS MOST — U — Mass, Angel 
baby, retreat cabinets II, boy's room with Hanlon girl, 
camping with Liz, Yes, phone booth with Bruza, Mr. 
Snow ski trip, being on Bozo, Styx. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST - 12/26/75, B. E. N„ Wareham game, get- 
ting a ride from Mark on a rainy day, Mr. Harper, Berg- 
son s parking lot, Whitney Woods, senile, stolen pocket- 
book, Cramp's meatloaf. SECRET DESIRE — To get a 
ride with Mr. Walls and eat a taco on the way. AMBI- 
TION - To tell a good joke. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
mv bathroom buddies. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — 
"You guvs!" PRIZED POSSESSION - Mv own set of 
keys. CAUSE OF DEATH — Being pinched. WORST 
HORROR SHOW - 6th grade. ACTIVITIES - Field 
Hockev 1, 2, 4; Health Careers — Chairman, Powder Puff 
3, 4. N'OTED FOR — Eating. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Wondering what I was doing twenty years 
before. LEAVING THOUGHTS - A special thanks to 
Mrs. Mac. 





HEATHER GRACE CARROLL 
"Hedvig" 

"I do set my bow in the cloud . . ." Genesis 9:13. LIKES 

— My car, spaghetti, clothes, the beach, summer, "Doo- 
bie Bros., Boston, parties. Rainbow, California, memo- 
ries, Hingham, Audis, "Rockv," cruisin', ice, soaps, tur- 
quoise, DB, AH, GW, KR, jT. DISLIKES - Homework, 
orders, cooking, English, debts, snobs, traffic, T. K. 
REMEMBERS MOST — White picket fence, b-cruise to 
Boston, 7/12/79, all those concerts, 7/4/79, summers of 
'78 + '79, Pink Panther, mv W.A. Installation, Rainbow- 
Ball, Haeertv's. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 1/20/ 
79, 3/30/79, 3/31/79, TK, learning to water-ski. 
SECRET DESIRE - To go out with Rvan O'Neil. 
AMBITION — Successful as engineer. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH - Linda. FAVORITE HANGOUT - Hingham 
Harbor. Masonic Temple. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — 
"Oh man!" "Umm, that shoe tastes good!" PET PEEVE 

— People who mispronounce "Audi. PRIZED POSSES- 
SION — My car. CAUSE OF DEATH - Out of oil. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - 1/20/79. 3/30/79. 
ACTIVITIES - Band 1-4, Chorus 1-4, Rousers 1, 2, 4. 
Jazz Rock 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Class Plav 2, 4, Powder- 
puff 4, Math Club 4, SEMSBA, Rainbow 1-4. District 
Chorus, National Honor Society 3, 4. TWENTY' YEARS 
FROM NOW — President of an engineering firm. 
NOTED FOR - Talking, being late. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - "Thank God it's over!" 



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REGINA MARIA CARUSO 
"Gina, Cam" 

"A smiling face is an earth-like star. A frown can't 
bring out the beauty that you are. Love within and 
you'll begin smiling . . . There're brighter days 
ahead ..." Stevie Wonder. LIKES — My family, 
chinkin". Mom's lasagna, no homework, summer- 
time, long weekends, clothes, FM stereo, swim- 
ming. Earth Wind & Fire, family gatherings, 
soaps. DISLIKES — Monday mornings, misunder- 
standings, being disorganized, leaving things to the 
last minute, bench wanning, humidity, making up 
tests. REMEMBERS MOST — Music Circus 
Crew, Camp Wing, double-dating. Prom '79, 
Nana, Mike's jeep, a wedding, rank sessions w/ 
Mary F., parties, LTD power. WANTS TO FOR 
GET MOST — Nichols weekend, New Year's 79, 
Facev's party, a certain dance, purple legs, S.A.T. 
scores, 4/8/78, Basketball '79, M.G.M. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION — "Are vou trying to rave?'' 
PET PEEVE - Backseat drivers. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Overeating. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - Nichols weekend. ACTIVITIES - 
Basketball 1-3, Softball 1-4. Powderpuff 3, 4, 
Camp Wing 1, 2, Future Nurses 4, Class Sec. 1. 
I W ENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Do I know 
the future? 




LORRAINE ANN CARROLL 
"Lo, Lori" 

"There is no need for an outpouring of words to explain 
oneself to a friend. Friends understand each other's 
thoughts even before they are spoken." LIKES — My 
family, friends, Cohasset, class of '80, the ocean, Kermit. 
Italian food, Milano's, sleeping late, laughing, pilaf, James 
Taylor, being daddy's little girl, G. H., soccer, # I 7, Mr. 
Duncombe, chocolate chip ice cream, Mrs. H. and W., 
remember whens, Mom's rave, football games, the Buck- 
leys, Laura, lollipops, sweaters, aisle 12, getting mail. DIS- 
LIKES — Eggs, bugs, being depressed^ fights, cracking 
knuckles, goodbyes. REMEMBERS MOST — Adven- 
tures w/Wendy, Ronny's friendship, a certain conehead 
doll, "Barnacles," locker room rave, photo booths. Owl 
Night, Good Friday, a picket fence, Boys J.V. Soccer, "Hi 
Guy," The Boston Common, Indian Rock, ski trips w/ 
Wen, "strongest man in Ireland," counterfeit $10. Doo- 
bies, James Taylor, Earth Wind & Fire Concerts, J. L. T., 
the retreat, my "playmates, orange popsicles, 5:30 for 
doughnuts, 4:30 a.m. to sav goodbve. Button's laugh 
attacks, Spanish w/Charlie. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — The "Christening," Beach St.. a certain poker 
game, 9/7/79, Pizza House episode. Mallard's driving, a 
Snickers bar, a senseless fight. PRIZED POSSESSIONS 
— Minnie Mouse and cross necklace. ACTIVITIES — 
Fresh. Football Cheerleader, Field Hockev 2, Soccer 3, 4, 
Basketball 8-12, Track 7-12 (Capt.), Camp Wing 1. Rous- 
ers 3, 4, Powderpuff 3, 4. 




LESLIE JEAN CARROLL 

"False friends are like leaves found everywhere. 
True friends are like diamonds, precious and rare." 
LIKES — My family, Cohasset, laughing, my 
father's sense of humor, changing seasons, sad 
movies, being the youngest, the neighborhood 
kids, smiling eves, Nana, surprises, fattening foods, 
friends. DISLIKES — Seafood, getting up at six, 
cramming for exams, itchy clothes, vegetables, 
novacaines, busy signals, insensitivity. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — "Ladies' Aide Society," weekend 
at Salem, "Watch Out," J. T. and Moody Blues 
Concert, tennis with Dad, July 3, 1979 at Bassins, 
Rip's party, adventures on the islands, "Bazooka's 
and weekends in Maine. SECRET DESIRE — To 
publish Erin's poems. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
Erin, Ann. PRIZED POSSESSION — Mv family. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — Overdose of Charlie's 
cooking. ACTIVITIES — Cross Country 1-4, 
(Capt.), Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, Tennis 3, 4, Pow- 
derpuff 3, 4, Health Careers, Class Play, Yearbook. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Treasurer of 
the "Ladies' Aide Society." 




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BERNARD CAUGHEY 
"Bern" "Bjorn" "Bernsie" 

"Those who do not learn from the past are des- 
tined to repeat it." LIKES — Motor racing, sports, 
parties, road trips, Tethro Tull. DISLIKES — Los- 
ers, early nights, hassles, I.D.'s. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Everything that 1 didn't forget, Murph's 
Bash #1, M.V. Trip, Chases, Murph s Bash #2. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Everything that 
I didn't already forget, a certain bathroom. 
SECRET DESIRE — Wouldn't you like to know. 
AMBITION — Drive the Grand Prix in Monaco. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH — Losers. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — F.O. PET PEEVE — Pollution 
control, speed traps. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
Tool kit. CAUSE OF DEATH - Stones. WORST 
HORROR SHOW — Psychology with Graebener. 
ACTIVITIES — Football, Swimming, Track, 
BOTB, life guarding. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Missing in action near Boston's Combat 
Zone. LEAVING THOUGHTS - We're outta 
here!" 




SCOTT M. CATRAMBONE 

"Cat" 

"Pass me another" LIKES — My family, being 
outdoors, frosty beverages, King, West Corner, 
construction, being called "Cat," trucks. DIS- 
LIKES — Snobs, rainy days, Jocks, having no doe, 
no action, being w /out a car. REMEMBERS 
MOST - "THE GREEN BOMB," the boys in 
blue. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - School, Ed 
MacDermott, Modern World History class, 
"twice, THE GOAT." AMBITION - To own a 
construction company with a friend. SECRET 
DESIRE — To become a millionaire. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH — Skip, Tim, Nick, Peter, Kenn. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT - The corner. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION — "You misfit." PRIZED 
POSSESSION - My saw and car. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Miller time. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — Running the biggest company 
around. LEAVING THOUGHTS -Good Bye. 




KAREN ELIZABETH CASEY 

"My interest is in the future because I am going 1 
spend the rest of my life there." LIKES — N 
family, skiing, laughing, Herman, ice cream, ri< 
smiles, sunshine, ' savannah," ski trips, funny pt- 
pie, egg nog, mellow music, getting rowdy, T£ 
DISLIKES — Backstabbers, my hair, waitir 
homework, "steamer," gaining weight, being m 
ged. REMEMBERS MOST - Loon w/Sara 
palm trees, JT, 3 little rascals, Dunes, MV. Chn 
mas 78, 9th grade w/Jodi, Doobies, Ms. Carist' 
class, Bio w/Mr. Ward, a certain smile, citysi 
walkout, Lilly's, hittin' the rods, robbi 
McDonald's. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
O'Toole's party, lawn chairs, Journals, Hugr 
causeway collision. SECRET DESIRE — Tow 
the Grand Prix. AMBITION - To find 48 ca 
ries. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Laurie 0., Jod 
Sarah, Linda. PET PEEVE - Red lights. CAU 
OF DEATH - Sunday drivers. WORST H(, 
ROB SHOW - MV. ACTIVITES - Track 
Field Hockey 2, Cross Country 3, Rousers 3, 
Powderpuff .}, 4, Student Council 4, Student Ad 
sory Council 4, Debating Club 4. TWEN" 
YEARS FROM NOW - World famous watt 
skier. 




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:iDI CHASE 

ide, Mallard, Hid, Heidel" 

ove may not always make the world go around 
t it sure makes the trip a lot easier." LIKES — 

family, M.S., all the Salemos, laughing, gazing 
stars, friends, Nanavjmpa, "Wonderous Sto- 
s," sleeping late, football games, french fries, 
gs, beaches, surprises, letters. DISLIKES — say- 
' goodbye, gossip busy phones, arguments, back- 
bbers, nothing to look forward to, being called 
>lly. REMEMBERS MOST — Beach Haven, 
llio turned out the lights?," Yes, N.Y., 9/24/77, 
jmecoming '77, Hull Excursion, EW", J.T., 
ick in sand, Prom '79, night in crypt, 2 o'clock- 
,, owl night, Cape Cod, running away w/Lia. 
ANTS TO FORGET MOST — rough learning, 
preham, O.T.P., snickers. SECRET DESIRE — 

,e taller than Erin. 20 YEARS FROM NOW - 
-dng to see the Red Sox. PRIZED POSSES- 
"".'N — 2n, sheepcoat whereever it is. WORST 
3RROR SHOW — NYE '77. ACTIVITIES - 
oss Country (co-capt) 1-3, Track 1-4, Soccer 4, 
leering 1, 2, 4, Rousers (Pres) 3, 4, Powerpuff 3, 





CHARLES D. COE 
"Charlie, Chuck" 

"God asks no man whether he will accept life. 
That is not the choice. One must take it. The only 
choice is how." HWB LIKES — Home, sports, 
Fridays, football, winning, Bruins, food, Bugs 
Bunny, vacations, a full wallet, Friday practices, 
beating up Wensink, Geils, skiing. DISLIKES — 
practice, pain, losing, homework, Hull, dubs, the 
freeze, Disco, the sled, raking, exams. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — J. Geils concert, Greenhouse, 
Hulkmobile, 6th grade, O'Reilly vs. Wensink 
brawls, Sophomore f.b., those close calls. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST - my first cruise, M.V. '79, 
Middleboro 9/29/79, laugues. SECRET DESIRE 

— to play for Don Cherry and the Bruins. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH — Mike, Dave, Matt, Jay. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT - Hulkmobile. PET 
PEEVE — being told to do somethingright when 
I am about to do it. PRIZED POSSESSION — 
Lucy. CAUSE OF DEATH — Mike's driving. 
ACTIVITIES — Football (1-4), Track (1-4). 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — firstplayer to 
ever sign a billion dollar contract. NOTED FOR 

— being an extremely hard worker. 





PETER SMITH COLETTA 

"Don't let the good times pass you by." LIKES — 
family, the South, BoSox, Bruins, Pats, Stooges, 
Led Zep, Geils, Seger and other good tunes, A 
Miller, Skiing, concerts, Chevy's, the beach, girls, 
Hondas, pegging, skitching. DISLIKES — snobs, 
cliaues, essays, demerits, rainv davs, working busy- 
nights, Disco, haircuts, dentists' REMEMBERS 
MOST — going up Wompa, scoffing, Tallies. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - the South gang, Wil- 
bur D.O.C., Skin, Nin, Cat, Dave and Mac, Mus- 
cles, Gooch. FAVORITE HANGOUT — the 
Marina, the pond. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — 
"You're out of here" "Go for it." PRIZED POS- 
SESSION - bank book. CAUSE OF DEATH - 
too much work. ACTIVITIES - baseball 2-4. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - a retired mil- 
lionaire. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Later. 



KELLY ANNE CONDON 
"Kelly" 

Please don't criticize for the way I l>ehave 
And I won't criticize you for the way you act. 
Please don't categorize me 
And I won't categorize you 
Please accept me for me 
And not for what I am not. 





CAROL ELIZABETH CONWAY 
"CC" 

"To have faith is to be sure of the things we hope 
for, to be certain of the things we cannot see." 
Heb. 11:1. LIKES — Being myself, CCC's, cloud 
9, lots of attention, my polar bear, laughing eyes, 
hootering, chewing ice cubes, full moons, la plage, 
PB + crackers, my fuzzy slippers, lucky charms, 
partying with the girls, laughing hysterically, talks 
w/Mom. DISLIKES: Demagogues, insincerity, 
being gullible, my 2 month record, purple fingers, 
swamping it, blushing. REMEMBERS MOST — 
CCC runs, midnite ride w/Mary, weekend apt., 
flip-flash, Summer of the "Bad Girls," Hatching, 
bin and grear it, MD's in Mexico, yellow lace, dou- 
ble and triple d's, SHYC, GP's, dancing down 
Flamingo Ln., cookies, TE, Borne game. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST - Talks on Otis Ave., Mr. 
Harper, 2 retarded birds, 8th grade curiosity. 
SECRET DESIRE — To never really grow up. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Dee, Mary Rayna, L*, 
Lynn, Lee. 





LENORE THERESE COSSART 

"Lee" 

"No bird soars too high if he soars with his own 
wings." LIKES — My family, my friends, chicken, 
California, my cousins, Angelique, new clothes, 
the Cape, sunsets, summer, Trans Ams, Mrs. 
Wool, MBW, Mac's, fast cars, DK, blue eves, 
chink food, Cheap Trick, thunder, the haroor, 
waterfalls. DISLIKES — flat tires, busy signals, 
being bored, not having enough money, getting up 
early, crowds, BB at the Garden. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Horseback riding in Maine '78, summer 
'77, saying good-bye, sailing to Boston. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST — New Jersey, water-skiing 
with John, 7-3-79. SECRET DESIRE - To go 
hang-gliding. AMBITION — To be rich and do a 
lot of traveling. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
Kathy, Cathy, Jill, Carol, Sarah. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — "That's a good name for a 
song." PET PEEVE — People being late. 
PRIZED POSSESSION - My dog. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Homework. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - 10th grade. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Married and living in a beach house on 
Malibu Beach. LEAVING THOUGHTS - I 
finally made it! 



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DAVID JOSEPH CURELLI 
"Ugle" ' Dabid" "Squash" "Shrimp" 

"As you glide, in your stride, with our wings as you fly 
away, give a smile from vour hps and say, I AM 
FREE, YES I'M FREE NOW, I'M ON MY WAY." 
LIKES — Real people, ladies from Carousel, good 
friends, wine, women and song, ski trips, Gullies, 
Italy, Dad's dinners, E. W. R., veggin , widy fall 
nights, sunrises, cruisin', munch runs. DISLIKES — 
getting caught, snobs, good-byes, small town gossip, 
divorces, arguing w/ women. REMEMRERS MOST 

— Summers at Carousel, Curelli parties, fired w/Tuan, 
Attitash trip, April '77 at Tye's, rendezvous w/J. R., 
common exposure w/Ed '75, cruisin' w/the men, 
countdowns w/Ugly, dippin' at Reeds, golf course, 
partyin', roadside decoration, flying' w/J. R. at Juan's. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Town Hall and 
water tower trouble, asleep at golf course, car crash, 
whimpy girls at Templar House, waking up. AMBI- 
TION — Happiness and peace of mind. ACTIVITIES 

— Soccer 2, 4, Wrestling 3, Track I, 2, Camp Wing 1, 
2, Ski Trips 3, 4, Class Play 4, Class Secretary 4, Pow- 
der Puff 3, 4, Rousers 4. LEAVING THOUGHT - 
To the class of '81 take good care of June cuz they 
don't come any better. 




ELIZARETH CROWLEY 
"Pooh" 

Friendship is like the sun's eternal ray; Think of 
me as your friend; and call me by a loving name; I 
will not care how wild the storm; Your love will fill 
mv heart with light, I ask no happier fate to see: 
Thus to be loved dv one so pure. THIS HONOR IS 
RICH ENOUGH' FOR ME. LIKES - Smiles, 
family, good food!, rainbows, All "N's," Midnight 
S., Marian High, 222 — Chapel Jill, City's, Siesta 
Key's White Sands, BR twice, spending monev, 
hugs, excitement, WHOPPERS! DISLIKES - 
feet!, dreary — dull days, waiting, being cold, 
unexpected swims, mixed — confused emotions, 
small towns, TV soaps. REMEMBERS MOST — 
12/12/77, two popped rafts, a palm tree to go, 
wild talks, putt, zip!! WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — Turtle wipeout, being greeted at front 
door. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Buddies. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - NO PRORLM 
PRIZED POSSESSION — MY FRIDGE!!! 
CAUSE OF DEATH - Missing a meal. LEAV- 
ING THOUGHTS - "WOW," What a rush!!! 




KEVIN C. CROUGH 
"Little Juan" "Caw" "Ugly" 

"Coming together is a beginning: keeping together 
is progress: working together is success" — Henrv 
Ford. LIKES - All friends in Jull, Veggin Out, 
skiing, Bob Seeger, J. Geils, E. W. F., Furnas, 
Sebastian, dipping at Reeds, countdowns, Aisle 12 
and usherettes at S.S.M.C. DISLIKES — Leaving 
debris in car, getting busted, sleeping till 2 p.m., 
Townies, blues, being ripped off. REMEMBERS 
MOST - R. W. R.'s, J. Geils and E. W. F. con- 
certs, the change in Sandy D., Chem. class, ski trip 

f)arties to Attitash, Loon, paintion excursions, Hal- 
oween '79, The Boyfriend and a special hobbv. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - R. W. B. s, 
Templar House, getting lost before concerts, los- 
ing Yes" T-shirt, '79 tennis season. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH - Dabid, Peteska, Herb. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION — "Orange Juice", "WOW", 
"Listen to him", "Fumes." WORST HORROR 
SHOW - Town Hall, fall '78. ACTIVITIES — 
Senior Class Play, Yearbook Business Editor 4, 
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Powderpuff Cheer- 
leader 3, 4, Camp Wing 1. TEN YEARS FROM 
NOW — Caddying for Herb on the pro-tour. 




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SANDRA LEE DALRYMPLE 

"Mugsi" 

"Life is fortified by many friendships, to love, and 
to be loved, is the greatest happiness of existence. 
LIKES — My family, special friends, Peachie. 
smiles, skiing, sailing, tennis, getting letters, sweat- 
ers, free time, mellow music, snow storms, laugh- 
ter, ice cream, English accents, mint Milanos. 
James Taylor, Fanueil Hall, sentimental things, 
Latin notes, long walks on the beach, accomplish- 
ment. DISLIKES — Dieting, fatigue, senseless 
fights, silence, good-byes, cramming for exams, 
second string, being late, wind sprints, indecisive- 
ness. REMEMRERS MOST - Doughnuts at 5 
AM, Faneuil Hall taffy fight, sundaes with Alicia, 
laughing with the "card' , Billy Joel, Doobies, E. 
W. and F., J. T., locker room rave, spiderwoman, 
running to rocky, long talks with Pam, Aisle 5, 
C.H.T.T., quarter finals, 9/7/79, Swenson's earth- 
quake, my usher buddies. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — Pizza house episode, the "Christening," 
major misunderstandings, compressed car '/8. 
SECRET DESIRE - Win at Wimbledon. AMBI- 
TION — Be ahead instead of behind. ACTIVI- 
TIES — Softball 2, Basketball 2. 3. Powderpuff 3. 
4, Soccer 4, Tennis 3, 4 (Co-Capt.) 




GREGG DAGGETT 
"Duke" 

"Always look on the bright side of life." LIKES — 
Skiing, Pink Flovd, Rolling Stones, z-80's, week- 
ends. DISLIKES — people who write nonsense 
words in their senior section. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Summers on the Vinevard, January '79, 
T. C. and all the gang. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — Ski trips, Freshmen Basketball, AP Biol- 
ogy. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Nidget, Zobes, 
Trax, and other people of disputable reputation. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT — Computer Room. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "FRT" PRIZED 
POSSESSION - My z-80. CAUSE OF DEATH 
— Finally waking up. ACTIVITIES — Finger 
picking on the guitar, hacking away on the com- 
puter, 'vegetating." 




1 1 \ DA JOAN CURLEY 
"Norma," "Curls" 

"Life is a series of surprises." Ralph Waldo Emer- 
son LIKES — My family, Cohasset, summer, little 
kids, James Taylor, honest people, big waves, 
snowstorms, chocolate chip ice cream, 
McDonalds, jeans, good moods, Snickers bars, 
stuffed animals, remember whens, laughing, "The 
Cars." DISLIKES — waiting, decisions, weeding, 
time limits, complications, arguments, worries, 
Mondav mornings, explaining things. REMEM- 
BERS \lOST - Bridget, donuts at 5:00 AM, 
Moses at the beach, barnacles, "Thumbs-up," cra- 
ziness with Alicia, skiing at Sunapee, 8/25/79, J. 
T., Taffy fight at Fanueil Hall, blizzard of '78, 
Doobies I — II, E.W.E.F., Boston Common, sum- 
mers with Wendy. SECRET DESIRE — To own a 
silver Mercedes sports car. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH - Friends. PET PEEVE - Weeding. 
CAUSE OF DEATH - Obesitv. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW - A P. Historv exam. ACTIVITIES 
— Field Hotkey 2, 3, 4, Powder Puff 3, 4, Track 1, 
2, Class Play. LEAVING THOUGHTS - "So lit- 
tle done; so much to do." 




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STEPHEN CHARLES DANIELS 

"Steve" 

"Today has been a fire and on its ashes, we shall 
build all our tomorrows." LIKES — People "in 
general," Jazz, Rock, trumpet and fluegal horn, 
Whippits, concerts at Berklee Performance Cen- 
ter, vW bugs, waterskiing, summertime bashes, 
Alt school. DISLIKES — Hospitals, bad musi- 
cians, boredom, stuck-up chicks, fighting. 
REMEMBERS MOST - The boathouse, Yes con- 
cert, cruising with Adam, the storm of '78, Carter 
Notch Camp, Cricket Acres. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — The night we saw "The Deer 
Hunter." SECRET DESIRE — Ha! wouldn't you 
like to know. AMBITION — To play a trumpet 
section full of beautiful women. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Mike, Bon-Bon, Stuart, Sam, Andrew, 
Eric, Chip, Adam, Tosh, John. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — 'You never know." "What- 
ever." "What can you do?" "How ya doing?" 
PRIZED POSSESSION - My life, and friend- 
ships with friends. CAUSE OF DEATH — Going 
out with a 21 year old chick when I'm about 80. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - Marching band. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS — Don't stop partying 
'cause it could go to your head. 





MARY CHRISTINE DELANEY 
"Duna" "Chris" 

"God grant me serenity to accept the things I can- 
not change, courage to change the things I can, 
and wisdom to know the difference." LIKES — 
My family's rave, beach, partying, friends, Fridays, 
3B's, Chink food, Sat. Night Live, J.C., the Dona- 
hue's, being Irish, G. H., tunes, long weekends, 
being wined and dined, roaring, green grenades. 
DISLIKES — Getting up, Mondays, waiting, 
S.A.T.'s, bologna, demerits, good-byes, boredom, 
Sunday afternoons. REMEMBERS MOST — 
Summer '78, '79, 9/7/73, Doobie's concert, Bab- 
son weekends, 7/18/79, 16th birthday, retreat, 
Richie's party, 2/17/79, Feb. vac, Ladies' Aide 
Society, swan boats, U-mass, my father, 7/4/79, 
Hammond Ave., Florida, "Boogie Man." WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST — Rocky beach, 7 AM the 
morning after, the "punch," a certain boat trip, 
front lawn, blue lights, so-co. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — R. L., J. D., T. W., K. C, and B. M. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - ."Suppa" "wild" 
PET PEEVE - Busy phones. ACTIVITIES — 
Field Hockey 1, 2; Softball Manager 1, Powder 
Puff 3, 4. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — 
Member of Ladies' Aide Society. NOTED FOR — 
"Roaring." 





DEBORAH ANN DINARDO 
"Debbie" 

"Cats here, cats there, cats and kittens every- 
where!" LIKES — Animals, the ocean, Earth 
Wind & Fire, peace and quiet, spring, people that 
make you laugh, bananas and peanut butter, pup- 
pies, Maine, pillow fights. DISLIKES — Lima 
beans, doing dishes, aggravation, when my cats 
have fleas. REMEMBERS MOST — Summer of 
'76, talks with Dee, riding with Elise, crazy days 
and wasted nights, Donna s hair experiments, spa- 
ghetti fights. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 
Cape Cod August '79, Stop & Shop w/Barbara. 
SECRET DESIRE — To live on a desert island in 
the tropics. AMBITION — To own a lion 7 feet 
high. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Elise, Ali, Sue, 
Ander, Costalota Aggravation. PET PEEVE — 
Cigarette smoke. PRIZED POSSESSION — Cor- 
retta, R. G., memories. CAUSE OF DEATH — 
O.T. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Another 
DiNardo to keep up attendance. 



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DEIDKE \\\K DOLAN 
"DeeDee" "Deeds" 

"Like a bird m the wind, like .1 tree in the storm, 

like the breath <>f a child from the moment lie s 
lx>m, till the ver\ last ila\ when the curtain in 
drawn, we are children." f$. Cihh I.IKF.S \1\ 
family, good friends, sunsets and sunrises, full 
moons, walking in the rain, Christinas, snow) 

nights, bonfires, blue eyes, German Shepherds, 
long stemmed roses. DISLIKES Arguing, fnis 
tration, good byes, making decisions, accidents, 

needles, certain remarks, being the youngest. 

FtEMEMBERS MOST Crossing the country, 
summer vacations on the boat, "The party, April 
vacation in Florida, talks w ith Darla, fighting with 
D. H. over T. F. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 
1/3/75, 12/23/75, making some bad mistakes, 
Osgood schlatters, torn cartilege, lawn mowers, 
getting caught, a certain person. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Darla, Debbie, Heather, Keri, and the 
rest of the gang. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
Blackie. 





DOUGLAS MICHAEL DILLON 
"Picks" "Pickle" "Doogle" 

LIKES — Grandparents, family, Wendy, the 
O'Neils, my car, hockey, Pizza House, friends, girls 
and partying, Amos, giving advice, hearing the 
weekend scoops, sleeping. DISLIKES — Back- 
stabbers, "cool" people, Being taken for granted, 
OTRS. REMEMBERS MOST — 9/22/79, "Mid- 
night Rambler," ski trip with Skippies, Colby, B. 
White parties, Le Car, 3 o'clock cruise, Whitlows, 
S. A. and L. W., Murphy's, class parties, Prom '79, 
fish fries, C.A. — thons, "Happy St. Patrick's 
Day," cheerleading with Skippies. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST - I forget! SECRET DESIRE 
— Not to get hernias. AMBITION — To own a 
harem. USUALLY SEEN WITH - My car, 
Gunny, Lace, Ed, Yesto, Ronaldo, Drago, Wen, 
Skippies and friends. PET PEEVE: Oh, that's 
going in the yearbook. PRIZED POSSESSION — 
Bessy WORST HORROR SHOW - My high 
school love life. ACTIVITIES - Hockey 1-4, 
Football 1, Soccer 2, 3, Golf 1-4, Yearbook, Class 
Play, Student Council — VP, P — Cheerleading 3, 
4, Debating. 





PETER RICHARD DRAGO 

"Nothing ever built a rose to touch the sky unless 
some man dreamed that it should, some man 
believed that it could, and some man willed that it 
must." LIKES — Family, friends, being a twin, 
going out to dinner, Florida, the beach, ski trips, 
tennis, pizza, being lazv, long vacations, sleeping 
late. DISLIKES - "Which one are you?", long 
lines, Sunday afternoons, manual labor. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — 1st attempt to ski, Bermuda trip, 
chinkin' on Loon trip, Haunted House, parental 
support, AC, English classes w/Ellen. WANTS 
T6 FORGET MOST - Cuts, the bench, Town 
Hall incident, Sandy Cove, a couple of decisions, 
half mile. Water Tower. SECRET DESIRE - 
Week at Aspen. AMBITION — To buy my own 
Mercedes 450-SL. USUALLY SEEN WITH — 
Dabid, Kev., Herbs. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
Ski equipment. ACTIVITIES — Football 1, Soc- 
cer 2, 4, Hockey 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Tennis 3, Camp 
Wing 1,2. 



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LIANE EMMONS 

"If a person does not keep pace with their com- 
panions, perhaps it is because they hear a different 
drummer. Let them step to the music which they 
hear, however measured or far away." Thoreau 
LIKES — St. Marten, Miami lines, my sisters, alt. 
school, Dick's humor, disco, the two step and the 
lulu shuffle, the Marsden family, roaring, the 
Mobil and Mastercharge, a certain place on Gam- 
mons Road. DISLIKES - Dep endencies. 
REMEMBERS MOST - Camping in N.H., 5/22/ 
79, scooping, banff, 6/20/79, Nantucket, 2/10/79, 
New Year's Eve '78, leaking, poochy, the Kamer- 
schens, Al Mac, ultimate summer daze, 9/1/78 
and on . . ., all nighters, sharing, Halloween '79, 10 
/27/79. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Getting 
mugged, 6/6/79, the BR nightmare, pd and the 
bullies incidents in Nantasket, 3/17/79, being 
betraved, S.C. etc. . . . AMBITION — To enter- 
tain with a golden Visa. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION - "Come on now . . ." CAUSE OF 
DEATH - A broken heart. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - The Belair Inn. 




MICHAEL WILLIAM DUFFY 
"Bill" "Duffer" "Duff' 

"Always, always, always, always, always, always, 
always, always." L. N. Czar. LIKES — Chris, 
pizza, donuts, music, Zappa, Seeger, Czar, piano, 
money, blue spotlights. DISLIKES — Dubs, 
onions, "Home Again," white spotlights, English. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Czar concert — 6/16/ 
79, Alice's Restaurant, Martha's Vineyard '77 and 
'79, Football '79. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
— May 8 and 9, 1979, Hanover meet May 10, Nor- 
well meet May 15, after Prom party '79, Football 
78. SECRET DESIRE — To score the winning 
touchdown in a super bowl. AMBITION — To 
play keyboards in a band. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Chris, various football players and Czar 
members. PRIZED POSSESSION - '62 Plym- 
outh. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Being 
booked for the Fabulous Fox by Rich. 




PHILIP BARTHOLOMEW DRAGO 
"Bone" "Wop" 

"Only some of us can learn by other people's mis- 
takes. The rest of us have to be the other people." 
LIKES — Family, friends, being a twin, Italians, 
warm weather, vacations, Florida, soccer, golf, 
lasagna, long weekends. DISLIKES — Limeys, 
preppies, practicing, hearing about Big D, casts, 
crutches, blue lights, snow, weasel, cigars at 5:00 
AM, green hornet. REMEMBERS MOST — New 
Year s Eve '78, Thompson's curve, leave of 
absence with Whitey, Middleboro road trips, Art 
Center, blue dime, Murph's parties, Weymouth 
Burger King. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 
Injuries 1 and 2, 11th grade hockey season, 
Bourne, ambulance ride, Rockland '78. SECRET 
DESIRE — To reach six feet. AMBITION — To 
break par at Pebble Beach. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Egg, Booter, Pickle, T-Bone, and 
assorted limeys. PET PEEVE — "Tough Guys" 
PRIZED POSSESSION — Putter. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Malnutrition. WORST HORROR 
SHOW — Night at Toley Memorial Hospital. 
ACTIVITIES - Soccer 2-4, Hockev 1-4, Baseball 
1,2, Golf 3,4. 




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ANNETTE MARIE FAGONE 

"Believe ... for vour dreams can come true." 
LIKES — Sunshine, rainbows, ice cream, 
McDonald's, smiles, laughing, kittens, jeans, red 
roses, blue, COC's, my car, the ocean, ' Reasons," 
#42, little kids, surprises, weekends. DISLIKES 
— Mondays, arguments, goodbyes, cliques, cur- 
fews, silence, vegetables, hard times, being lonely, 
distance, insecurity, getting caught. REMEM- 
BERS MOST - 4/12/78, 9/3/78, 4/7/79, 8/20/ 
79, DD's, U.S., Scott's, crazy nights with Mary, 
one Sundav afternoon, earlv morning RC's, CC's 
at 7, seeing the parade. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — 12/9/78, 5/30/79, SSD '78, "Shat- 
tered," excess OB's, runaway D's, cruising in a 
caddv. PRIZED POSSESSION - Michael. 
WORST HORROR SHOW — Nichol's. ACTIVI- 
TIES — Majorettes 1, Color Guard 2, Powderpuff 
4, Yearbook Staff 4. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Livin', lovin', and laughin'. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS — "Life is full of disappointments, 
but the secret is to set goals and then go out to 
accomplish them." 




FRED ANTHONY ESPINOSA 

To go for the gusto is to go for the best. When you 
go for the best, don't settle for the rest. 




JANET MARTHA ENGLAND 
'Muffin" "England" 

"All I have asked is to be left a few tears and some 
laughter." LIKES — My family and friends, being 
the youngest, Boston, the Red Sox, summertime, 
C. H, playing sports, laughing, football games, 
catching the rave, Mr. Sheenan's jokes. DISLIKES 
— Late practices, getting caught, losing, rumors, 
getting dirty looks, not remembering, people who 
never smile. REMEMBERS MOST - Jet skiing, 
making the rounds with Gina and Heidi, Field 
Hockey camp with Maggie, Gina sleeping in the 
closet, Cabinettes 11, raving with Ann B., Brenda 
and Bridget, nights out with Linda and Laurie. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - "Get them out 
of the house," Class Party '79, deals with Dad, 
tenth grade, Fairoaks Ln., a certain "crush." 
SECRET DESIRE — To use and abuse Bucky 
Dent. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Heidi, Shelly. 
Ixith Gina's, bathroom buddies. ACTIVITIES — 
Field Hockey 1-4, Gymnastics 1-4, Tennis 1-4, 
Powderpuff 3, 4. 




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MICHELE ANN FAHEY 

"And when the night is cloudy 
There is still a light that shines on me 
Shine until tomorrow, let it be." 

Lennon/McCartney 
LIKES — Sad songs made better, Andrew, rollers- 
kating, Beatles, oldies, summer, ice cream and 
French fries, seaglass, poetry, creativity, Frost, 
green, sunrises, Beethoven, sewing, patchwork, 
languages, philosophy, wool tweeds, yoga, letters, 
the Pink Panther, lighthouses. DISLIKES — 
Disco, Verbosity, excuses, gym, superficiality, 
almosts, unmatched plaids. REMEMBERS MOST 
— June 11, AP Bio, summer '79, "Boyfriend," 
French trips, all the excellent memories. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST — AP History, nightmares, 
losing the General. SECRET DESIRE — To 
travel through a time warp in a yellow submarine. 
PET PEEVE - conformity. PRIZED POSSES- 
SION — My Quilt. CAUSE OF DEATH — Free- 
lance papers and hot fudge sundaes. WORST 
HORROR SHOW - WROR and the rink stoop- 
ing to disco. ACTIVITIES — Band 1-4, Jazz 
Ensemble 1-4, Chorus 1-4, Pop Vocal 2, Pit Band 
1-3, Class Play Music Director 4, Yearbook 4, 
National Honor Society 3, 4. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS — Life is too vast an experience to 
condense into an average lifespan. 





HEATHEB MELISSA FAIBCHILD 
"Feather" 

"I have traveled to the Bainbow's end and found 
not gold but you my friend." LIKES — My family, 
friends, the l.O.R.G. and all the people involved 
with it, all of my animals, the Rainbow Camp of 
MA and Wilderness Campground in ME., winning 
sports, riflery, archery, swimming. DISLIKES — 
Losing, 2-faced people, Physics, not having 
enough time to do everything I want to do, com- 
plaining people. REMEMBERS MOST — Rain- 
bow Camp 79, summer in ME. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — Lambing season '79, Physics, Field 
Hockey season '78!, Audley Harper. SECRET 
DESIRE - life. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
Mary Frugoli, Susan Buckley. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION - "Howdy-doo! PRIZED POS- 
SESSION - My sanity!? CAUSE OF DEATH - 
The loss of my prized possession or getting run 
over by a herd of sheep! WORST HORROR 
SHOW^— History with Harper. ACTIVITIES - 
Rainbow, 4-H, Field Hockey 1-4, Basketball 1-3, 
Softball 1-4, Powderpuff 3, 4. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — Uving in ME on a farm with 200 
head of sheep. LEAVING THOUGHTS — Baa 
Bye! 





MICHAEL RAYMOND FAR WELL 
"Mike" 

"I do my thing and you do your thing; I am not in 
this world to five up to your expectations, and you 
are not in this world to live up to mine; you are 
you, and I am I." LIKES — All nighters, (Mich.) 
For Sale signs, J. C, money, hockey, track, skiing, 
family and friends, chinking at 2:00 am. DIS- 
LIKES — S.S.V.T. and its faculty, A. J. C, getting 
stuck in the mud, big mouths (K. R.), getting 
caught. REMEMBERS MOST - (9/29-9/30) 
Hingham, T. G. Nawn, Florida (canoe trip), 7/4-6 
/79 N.J. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Vo. 
Tech., A.J. C, getting arrested with Keith R. and 
his For Sale signs. SECRET DESIRE — To 
become rich and not have to work again. AMBI- 
TION — To become a general contractor. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH — Keith, "Jen," Sandy, Pam. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT - Burger King. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "I know," "ah . . 
shut up!" PET PEEVE - Pushy people. PRIZED 
POSSESSION - My car. CAUSE OF DEATH — 
Drowning in my drink. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - The morning after. ACTIVITIES — 
Track. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Owner 
of a construction company. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - Keep on partying. 



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MAKY ELIZABETH FASCI \\( I 

"Fits" "Bethcy" "MB" 

"Today is the tomorrow your worried about yes 

terdu\ 1 IKF.S Vnvthing illegal, in iral 01 

fattening, Mom + Dad, jx'oplc who make me 
laugh, clothes, Mikey + Seanv, Colleen + Jen, 
Mea's COCkineSS, chinkin', TAB, Minot by light, 
Peggoty by night, getting the last word in. DIS 
I. IKF.S Bobby's jokes, impatient people, wait 
tag, busy signals! debts, and 3-6's. REMEMBERS 
MOST - Matt - 6/2/79, 250 Forest Ave., Bow 
doin 2/79 + 4/79, flowers on my B-day, Chinese 
retl lights go Bethey, Coca-Colas, Labor Day 
'79, where did my wallet go?, zuchinni and debts. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 12/26/79, 3 
drunks in Braintree, 11/16/79, any embarrassing 
moments. SECRET DESIRE — To meet my God- 
father. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Nancy, Mea 
and Maura. PET PEEVE - Starched collars. 
PRIZED POSSESSION - a full tank. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Too much. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - 10th grade. ACTIVITIES - Powder- 
puff 3, Yearbook 4. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW - 20 years older. LEA VI NO THOUCIITS 
— ... running on empty . . . 






ALLEN FERREIRA 
"Fred Lumbago's" 

LIKES - Brenda, A. Miller, Hondas. DISLIKES 

— Fairbanks, disco, jocks, V. T., New Mexico, 2 
cycles. REMEMBERS MOST — Summer of "78." 
SECRET DESIRE — To finally graduate. AMBI- 
TION — To be a carpenter. CAUSE OF DEATH 

— The ole B.C. PET PEEVE — People ranking 
down other people. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
Brenda, Nick, Gale, Cherry, Pipe, Spalty, Elly, 
Sissy, Dakie, Billy, and everybody down town. 
NOTED FOR - Being short. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Miller Hill. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION — Eye-eye, nudge-nudge. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW — Bike accidents after having too 
much. PRIZED POSSESSION - Brenda. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Still banging 
nails. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Thanks to Mr. 
MacDonald. Areiva. 





EDWARD JOSEPH FIGUEIREDO, JR. 

"Chip" "Fig" 

"Some are wise, some are otherwise." LIKES — 
T-Bird, family, boat, C. D. W., Cohasset, Maine, 
Nantucket, pretty women, good parties, skate- 
boarding, sister's friends, hunting, Beck's, life, 
good friends, the beach, the harbor, archery, 
Drownings, lobstering, blue fishing, waterskiing, 
full moons, good catches, Led Zepplin, suede, fall, 
roadside pheasant, ya-yas, road trips, nice people, 
fried dough, good times, never having to be alone. 
DISLIKES — Gullies, the last minute, anything or 
anybody that pushes my personality, B. S. and the 
showorfs, "Reds," Dr. Pepper, fry-cooking. 
REMEMBERS MOST — 7/4, race point, firing 
line. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — Getting 
H.U.ed in the C.Z. with M. C. SECRET DESIRE 

- Take 007's place. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
Dick, Bibbles, Myles, Matt, Bob, Sheila, Billy. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT — Government Island. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION — What are you bab- 
bling about? PET PEEVE - Boredom. PRIZED 
POSSESSION - 65 T-Bird. CAUSE OF DEATH 

— "Claws" WORST HORROR SHOW - Bliz- 
zard of '78, root canal. ACTIVITIES — Lobster- 
ing 1-4, Hunting 1. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Married, wealthy, healthy, retired, 
owner of large fishing fleet. 



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CINA THERESA FROIO 
"Fro" "Womba" 

"The only trouble with life is that it does not provide 
instant replays of the best moments." LIKES — Family, 
friends, warm smiles, summer nights, outdoors, James 
Taylor, teddy, M.G.A., Italian food, muchos, twinkies. Pa. 
Brownie, laughing, a good sense of humor, socializing, just 
being "me." DISLIKES — snobs, cliques, big crowds, 
popper, C. C, rumors, dead weekends, rainy days, Mon- 
days, good-byes. REMEMBERS MOST — Janet s closet, 
class party '79, "Home Sweet Home," fudge + lemonade, 
summertime '79, "Get them out of the house," B. A.'s, 
S.W.A.T. maneuvers. Hang Ten, S. S., Softball bus rides, 
my glass airplane. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — The 
bun, St. Patricks Day '78, M. G.'s rumors, leaving 
Brownie at beach, class party '78, the morning after. 
AMBITION - to find my 48 calories. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION - "Huh?" PET PEEVES - Sunday driv- 
ers, short tempers. PRIZED POSSESSIONS — Teddy, 
Nikes. CAUSE OF DEATH — Overindulgence of pizza 
+ salt. WORST HORROR SHOW - Nichols, Martha's 
Vineyard. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Stand tall in the 
sunlight, reach for the dream, the star, see the world. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Friends. ACTIVITIES - 
Softball 2-3, (Co-Capt.) 4, Basketball 2-4, (Co-Capt.) 3, 
Senior Class Play 4, Powder Puff 3, 4. 




MARY VICTORIA FOX 
"Fox" "Vicky" "Foxhound" 

"The most precious values in life are independ- 
ence and freedom. LIKES — Living, loving and 
having fun, adventures, merry exhibitions, being 
independent, meeting people, crazed situations, 
amazement, expressions, uncontrollable laughter, 
trips, and traveling, Alt. ed., children, yiisviH and 
back, snow, line time, cemeteries, oceans, deserted 
beaches, summertime, full moon, zaniness, golden 
moldies. DISLIKES — Unappreciative and incon- 
siderate people, egotists, chavinish, nuclear power. 
REMEMRERS MOST — Incredible journeys, 
Maine 79, Andrew, '80 New Year's. SECRET 
DESIRE - To change the world. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH - Fink, Laue, Snorton, O.T.L.R. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT — Cambridge, bridge. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Yooweeh!!" PET 
PEEVE — The games people play. PRIZED POS- 
SESSION — Rook. CAUSE OF DEATH — 1984. 
WORST HORROR SHOW — Early morning 
blues. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Living 
in Paradise. LEAVING THOUGHTS — "You 
don't know what you've got 'till its gone . . ." 




MEREDITH MULLEN FINK 
"Meri" "Fink(Y)" "Mert" 

"Do not look back in anger, nor forward in fear, but 
around in awareness." Thurber LIKES — Summer, big 
bashes, singing esp. w/Fredness + Jimbo, acting, real 
friends, Alt. School, Emmons, lines, snow, Al + Dick, to 
have looked at life from both sides, CSNY, Marley, Free- 
dom, love. DISLIKES — Chickies, boredom, Rules + 
Regulations, short jokes, getting bugged, stupidity, cru- 
elty, prejudice, guilt. REMEMBERS MOST — Dead lion, 
3/23/79, Brendon's Sunday Services, verm. Fest '79, N.Y. 
Eve '79, Darth, sumac, Good Fridays, Kama Kazi's on the 
porch, times w/Brown, broken arm '80. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST — July 4th performance, 6/9, 10/6/79. 
SECRET DESIRE - To be ^8". AMBITION - To suc- 
ceed. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Alties, SNorTons, Vic, 
Laue, the rest of the OTLB. FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
— "Oh well" "whatever" "man" "oops." PET PEEVE — 
Waiting. PRIZED POSSESSIONS - Life + youth, my 
partying hat. CAUSE OF DEATH — A severe blizzard. 
WORST HORROR SHOW — Plympton party. ACTIVI- 
TIES — Drama Workshop 9-12, 9th president, Chorus 9, 
Alt. School, District Chorus. NOTED FOR — Being 
short. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Broadway, 
Thanks to Mom and Dad, I love you. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - You can't be 20 on Sugar Mountain, 
Though your thinking that you're leaving there too soon 
. . . Later. 




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PATRICK RYAN GALLAGHER 
"Alcatraz" 

"What will happen will happen. Rut you can make 
it happen." LIKES — Girls, food, certain bever- 
ages, double shotguns, money, fine automobiles. 
DISLIKES — School, Diabetes, Preppies, alliga- 
tors, disco, obesity, cellulite, inexperience, trips to 
body shop. REMEMRERS MOST — The catwalk, 
the stall, starting early, the hair cut, eggs, the A.H. 
lawn, wild at Salem, choking while chinkin'. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Forgetting, 3 
day old rice, out the window on the roof, a thrown 
rock, tasting it all over again, worthless nights at 
Nantasket. SECRET DESIRE — To complete the 
quest of a peguad. AMRITION — To be satisfied. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - People. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Earth. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION - "What?" PET PEEVE - Nothing to do. 
PRIZED POSSESSION - Health. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Too much living. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - The Knoll. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW - You won't find me. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS — Leave Mr. D. an easier job. 
"Good Riddance!" 




MARY-FLORENCE FRUGOLI 
"Mar" 

"True happiness consists not in the multitude of friends 
but in their worth and value." B. Johnson. LIKES — Pat, 
the sea, family and friends, remember whens, stuffed ani- 
mals, Yaz, Mom A., little kids, Sundays, blue eyes, sum- 
mer, Billy Joel, laughing till you cry. DISLIKES — letting 
go and saying good-bye, curfews, wondering, gossip, get- 
ting caught, grounded, little minds, "Flo," cigarettes, 
busy signals. REMEMBERS MOST - 10/3/76, Daddy's 
little girl, 3/3/79, purple legs, prom '79, rank sessions w/ 
Gina, mafia infield, oooh-nooo. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — 7/1/77, Audley Harper, r.r. tie, "soothsayer," 
Hugh's, the bench. SECRET DESIRE — to win the Indy 
500. AMBITION — 10 best sellers and a Pulitzer Prize. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Pat. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION - "Give me a break!" PET PEEVE - Little alli- 
gators. PRIZED POSSESSION - My life. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Indecision. WORST HORROR SHOW - 
Locking the keys in the car. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Living in VT with a family. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS — May you build a ladder to the stars and 
step on every rung . . . and may you stay forever young. 
May you have a strong foundation when the winds of 
change come down, and may you stay forever young." B. 
Dylan. 




RALPH JOSEPH FROIO.JR. 
"Ralphi' "Forma" 

IJKES — Food, skiing, conning, cliff jumping, cabins, 
cowpaths. (. N O B , a party, summer sleigh rides, girls, 
ESF, C + P, N. H., rowdiness, football, 80 terrorizing, 
jazz, northeasters, haylofts, diesel, pittin', snowmobiles, 
Cockiness, winning, chinking. DISLIKES — Con-jobs, 
demerits, Wednesdays, wisecracks, lx)redom, homework, 
getting busted, being broke, broken bones, Ocean Kai, 
exams. REMEMBERS MOST - N. H., bike trip 76, 
dancing - luau LI., N Y. '79, K's + C's F350, Daytona 
Beach 77, 1/6/78, 6/27/79, summer '78, life, F's kitchen 
parties, freshman football, Soeger, last six years, ( '.el/., Mr. 
IWs ( lasses, skiing, New Year's '79. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST - M.V., English w/Goat. SECRET 
DESIRE - To fly. AMBITION - A prosperous life and 
help as many people as I can WORST HORROR SHOW 

- M.V. '79, c's F350, Lemans. USUALLY SEEN WITH 

- H. C, Liv, F. X., B. B., M. G., D. Y., M. F., B. K„ B. Y„ 
P. O, M. J., B. M., D. E. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW 

- Godfather III. FAVORITE HANGOUT - S. Beach, 
catwalk. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Hey Goat you won't 
he missed. CAUSE OF DEATH - D. of Nitnis Oxide. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - You gotta be F#f%@< 
me! PET PEEVE — Prolonged agony. 




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JOHN CARL FREDERICK GANDEBORN 
*'Carl" 

LIKES — Sports, girls, music, a good book. DIS- 
LIKES — Stressing, very immature, people, per- 
sons that change their mind at the last minute, 
liver. REMEMBERS MOST — The first time I 
skied when I cracked mv head. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST - Forget it. SECRET DESIRE - 
To swim in the Olympics. AMBITION — To own 
a Lamborghini. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Mike 
and friends. FAVORITE HANGOUT — Sweden. 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "Quiet ." 

PRIZED POSSESSION - Ski boots. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Running Norfolk hill. ACTIVITIES - 
Cross Country Team 4. LEAVING THOUGHTS 
— I am grateful that I came to Cohasset. Every- 
body has been so nice to me especially the pupils 
at CHS. My year is going to be a nice experience. 





ANNE MARIE GILMAN 
"Annem" "Anne Marie" 

"Build bridges instead of walls and you will have a 
friend." LIKES — My family, traveling, listening 
to music, Mr. Di, talking on the phone, making 
new friends, summer, autumn, having snow days, 
vacations. DISLIKES — Cliques, snobs, cruel peo- 
ple, "Disco," Cohasset, gym, winter. REMEM- 
BERS MOST - Summer of 78, 79, 3/3/78, 10/ 
11/77. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — 9th 
grade. AMBITION — To do well in my career. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH — Anne Marie Y., Hilary 
W., Lisa M. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "Are 
you serious?" PET PEEVE — Seeing small chil- 
dren being hurt. PRIZED POSSESSION — My 
stereo record collection. NOTED FOR — Being 
crazy at times and being friendly. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - Be what you are and something 
you are notl 





NILS ANTON GJESTEBY 
"Pear" "Kipper" "Pointdexter" 

"Yip- Yank- Paddy- Wank — Give a dog a bone." 
LIKES — Norwegians, Heinies, Friday afternoons, 
Brooks Brohters, being a pain, sailing, Pinto- 
power, warm places, wind, Mercedes-Benz, long 
legs, snotty women, aspirin and OJ, family, tiger, 
moons. DISLIKES — Ignorant people, jealous- 
ness, E. Coli, nosy people, "Jesus freaks." 
REMEMBERS MOST — 3 on the Bio AP, Colby- 
weekends, partying friends, White's driving, being 
massive- Col ossus, Rolling Stones, James Tavlor, 
Le Car, watermelon, Blue line, Big Big. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST — Bio report, 5:30 practices 
and his cigars, our Mercedes-Benz, yesterday, 
teeth. SECRET DESIRE - 2 on 1. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH — Awsum Tresum (Bear and 
White), Dill, Snotty, Chunky, Micky, Benbi, 
Murph, Lace, Gunshot, Lumpy. ACTIVITIES — 
Hockev 1-3, Football 1, Cross Country 2A, Golf 1- 
4, Student Government 1-3. 



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MARK ROBERT COFF 

"Goofis" 

"Live a long, happy, successful life and do a little 
terrorizing in between because I sure am." LIKES 

— Lisa, good weekends, every weekend, basket- 
ball, Seeger, Southern Rock, being late to school, 
mv family. DISLIKES getting up for school, 
Mrs. Bowen, dirty razor blades, getting ripped off, 
Disco, New Jersey, Hull, Mr. Mika, peas, the 
police. REMEMRERS MOST - Charlie Daniel's 
twico, fishing trip — then Florida, Rasketball 
Tournament, the Blue Bomber, wildness at Salem 
State. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - New Jer- 
sey, my academic life at CHS. SECRET DESIRE 

— to race at Indy. AMBITION — to blow up 
Hull. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Lisa, F.X., Fast 
Freddy, Waldo, Lag, the Triplets, and the rest of 
the partiers. PET PEEVE — anything to do with 
school. CAUSE OF DEATH — too many trips. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - getting framed on 
the Jersey turnpike. ACTIVITIES — Basketball 1- 
4 (tri-capt.), Football 1, 2. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — married and very, very wealthy. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - "Have fun with my 
brother because he's worse than I am!" 




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DORIS CARI ANNE GOLDEN 
"Cari" 

"You are never given a wish without also being 
given the power to make it true." LIKES — Scott, 
my family, Cohasset, sunsets, Tab, milanos, the 
beach, parties, stuffed animals, summers, cheering, 
G.H. DISLIKES — winters, AM radios, fights, 
moody people, homework, Cohasset on the week- 
ends, FV.s. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — 
Halloween '78, O'Toole's party, Bolton horns, 
chemistry, AP Exams, getting caught by Mr. 
Leary, old war wounds, Lake Winni. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — summer 79, J.V.'s trunk, driving 
with Karen, working at the Knoll, certain movies, 
Lewis Wharf, dirty bottoms, late nights. WORST 
HORROR SHOW — dead cars. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Lisa, Deb, Lynn, Laura Lee, Karen. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — driving in a white Pinto. 
ACTIVITIES — Cheering 1-4 (capt.), Rousers 1, 
Future Nurses 1-4, Powderpuff 3, 4, Class Play 2, 
4. 





ROBERT MICHAEL GUNVILLE 
"Gunny," Bob 

"I don't take life as seriously as most do. I have 
more fun just enjoying it." LIKES — my family, 
Bugs Bunny, southern rock, green machine, St. 
Louis licorice, all nighters, white boms (Besse), 
weekends, sleeping, Lo," road trips, "Midnight 
Rambler." DISLIKES — Gullies, loads, brown 
noses, Disco, skunky fish, weepers, Daffy Dills, 
OTR's, pot roast, cheese. REMEMBERS MOST 
— New Hampshire, C-A-Athon, The Chase, 
C.P.D.W.T. 7/7/79, "Nobody Knows," cheerlead- 
ing, what I can't forget. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — CZAR, Bronco Night, H & R, the 
'Ticket," the morning after, Murph's, Whitey's, 
fixing the radio. SECRET DESIRE — to be 
myself. AMBITION — to enjoy whatever I do in 
life. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Spacey, three 
flew, Pear, Whitey, and the rest. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT — 304 Besse. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION - "F.O.A.D." PET PEEVE — people who 
say "Huh?" CAUSE OF DEATH — loss of hair. 
WORST HORROR SHOW — April 15, 1979. 
ACTIVITIES — Football 1, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; 
Track 1, 2; Class Play, P.P. Cheerleading. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — twenty years 
older. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Bye, Bye! 




^^^^^ 



ELLEN LANTRY HANLON 
'EUie Mae" 

'It isn't ever the same. In time, I'll change. And 
ou. And the currents of our lives. But the image 
>f this moment will never fade. This moment, and 
ou, are unforgettable." LIKES — my family, the 
'Blazer", John, Sugarloaf, drawing, flowers, 
•ianco, tunes, big sweaters, laughing, G.H., hugs, 
3ohasset, Bammv & Bampy, raving with "Mum- 
jie-Poo". DISLIKES - my feet. REMEMBERS 
lOST — Austria, Martha's Vineyard, father- 
laughter talks, "Willy who?", my godmother, 
t.C, "Maisie", J.T. Concert, 11/16/79, 11/9/79. 
\ ANTS TO FORGET MOST — Hugo's laundrv 
bom, Kara's partv, "the uninvited guest". AMBl- 
TON — to find the rainbow at the end of the vel- 
jw brick road. USUALLY SEEN" WITH - Lisa, 
ohn . . . and Banshee, Kara and buddies. FAVOR- 
TE HANGOUT - La plage. PET PEEVE - 
nomine stars, night suns. PRIZED POSSESSION 
- Beasley, bear. CAUSE OF DEATH - hiving 
ut. WORST HORROR SHOW - Combat Zone, 
^amp Mishmash. ACTIVITIES — Senior Class 
I 'lav, Cheerleading 1-3, 1 (capt). Chorus, All-State 
district, Powderpuff 3, 4. TWENTY YEARS 
ROM NOW — driving Kara, Tish and their kids 
jround in "Blazer". 




CHRISTINE HANLON 

"Chris" 

"Happiness is not having what you want, but 
wanting what vou have." LIKES — E.T., fall days, 
reminiscing, old photographs, music, friendly peo- 
ple, pizza, green peppers, Augie, being an aunt, a 
good movie, Craigville Beacn, flowers, Chinese 
food, weekends. DISLIKES — meat, people who 
don't smile, being the voungest, cold feet, waiting, 
soaps, dreary winters.' REMEMBERS MOST — 
sunrise at Bowdoin, Martha's Vineyard, 11/25/78, 
a rose, sprinklers at the golf course, the Cape. 
WANTS TO FORGET - 10th grade summer, 
Mrs. Faulkner, working at the C.C.C., Chinatown 
with Ellen, cruisin' in a caddy. SECRET DESIRE 
— to eat as much as I want and not gain a pound. 
AMBITION — stewardess. FAVORITE HANG- 
OUT — Papa Gino's. PRIZED POSSESSIONS - 
mv camera. E.T., and mv dungarees. TWENTY 
YEARS FROM NOW — flying die friendly skies. 




ALICIA MAGUIRE GURNIS 

"The secret of life is enjoying the passage of time." 
LIKES — my family, friends, skiing, sailing, the 
ocean, mellow music, smiles and giggles, chocolate 
chip ice cream, kittens, comfortable clothes, 
remember whens, babysitting for the Tibbetts. 
DISLIKES — frowns, Monday mornings, good- 
byes, misunderstandings, having a cold, waiting, 
being moody, hurting friends. REMEMBERS 
MOST — skiing at Sunapee, craziness with Linda, 
doughnuts at o:00, "thumbs up", Doobie's con- 
certs I and II, visit from Roxy, J.T., taffy fight at 
Fanueil Hall, 8/17/79, eating palm trees, sundaes 
with Sandv, talks with Barbs, E.W. & F. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST — a certain misunderstand- 
ing with a friend. USUALLY SEEN WITH — 
friends. PRIZED POSSESSION - Podington. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - A.P. Historv Exam. 
ACTIVITIES — Field Hockey 2-4, Basketball 1, 
Track 2, Powderpuff 3, 4, Senior Class Play 4. 




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MARY CATHERINE HOWLEY 

"The best wrinkles show where smiles have been.'' 
LIKES — CCC's, Spanish hats, remember whens, blond 
hair and blue eyes, partying with the girls, big sweaters, 
my cookie monster, splurging, pb and jelly, football, get- 
ting mail, pizza, dark tans, la plage, jarlsberg cheese. DIS- 
LIKES — Demagogues, swamping it, gum, myself after 
splurging, Spanish, flat tires. REMEMBERS MOST — 
CCC runs, midnight ride w/Carol, rock talks w/Lynn, 
weekend apt., flip-flash, summer of the 'bad girls,' hand 
cream, summer of '77, blackout, yacht club at 5 AM, J. 
V.'s truck, c-c's horn, hatching, retarded birds, missing 
the parade, crazy nights with Annette, M.U., SHYC, 
Bourne game, pb and fluff one more time, dancing down 
Flamingo Lane, attempting a round, damsels in distress, 
summer days at the beach. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 

— B. R.'s party, shattered, cruisin' in a Caddy, hostessing 
a party, a certain black puppy. USUALLY SEEN WITH 

— Carol, Disa, Laura Lee, Lisa, Lynn, and Rayna. 
PRIZED POSSESSION - My bunny pajamas and cookie 
monster.CAUSE OF DEATH — Too many chocolate 
chip cookies. NOTED FOR - Interrupting. AMBITION 

— To break my 2Vfe month record. 




ROBERT EUGENE HEALY 
"Doctor" 

"I'm looking for me, you're looking for you. We're 
looking for each other, and we don t know what to 
do. They call me the Doctor, I've been searching 
low and hijjh, I won't get to what I'm after 'till the 
day I die. ' LIKES — Pretty girls, '/idays, no 
school, parties, hot summer nights, friends, chin- 
kin', hunting, camping, fishing, good food, Satur- 
day nights, my car, Family, Mustangs, Barrett's 
Field, Grampa s beans. DISLIKES - No snow in 
winter, missing a shot, untrustworthy friends. 
REMEMBERS MOST — 18th birthday on a Sat. 
night, . Nantucket, Maine, N.H. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST — car getting stolen, crashes. 
SECRET DESIRE — To be my own boss. AMBI- 
TION - Enjoy life. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
R. B., F. X. M., C. F., J. B., N. S., Brawnier, H. O., 
friends. FAVORITE HANGOUT - Back seat. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Ya, I know it!" 
PET PEEVE - Missing something good. PRIZED 
POSSESSION - My gun. CAUSE OF DEATH 

- One too many. WORST HORROR SHOW - 
Nov. 10, 1976. ACTIVITIES - Track, and just 
being in school. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW 

— Owning a fishing trawler in Canada. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS — Never want to go back. 




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JENNIFER HUBBARD 

PRETTY' 
women out walking 

with gorillas 

down my street . . . 

— joe jackson 
LIKES — New York, New Wave, California, g° in g all 
out, eccentrics, cataba, lobster dinners, WBCN. DIS- 
LIKES — Suburbia, ignorant rave, the work rave, male 
chauvinism, disco, Dudes, Gov. King, one wave people. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST — A certain excitable 
Austrian, 2 men, the Rockv Horror Picture Show, K. D., 

Buberty, tennis balls, the combat zone. SECRET 
•ESIRE - To be Hugh Heffner's # 1. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Some fine fishermen, and some pretty women. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT — The Greenhouse, Red Lion 
Inn The Rat. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — Do you take 
Visa' PRIZED POSSESSION - Cadillac walk. CAUSE 
OF DEATH - Overdoing it. TWENTY' YEARS FROM 
NOW — A haggard housewife carpooling in suburbia. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - Need you head? 





ERIC HURTIG 

Let me tell you the tales of your life of 

the cut and the thrust of the knife 

the tireless oppression 

the wisdom instilled 

the desire to kill or be killed. 

let me sing of the losers who lie in the street 

as the last dus goes by. 

the pavements are empty: the gutters run red 
while the fool toasts his god in the sky. 

— Ian Anderson 

LIKES — Becker and Gagen, Frank Z, Maine 
Fog, Japanese monster films, Poe, Monty Python. 
DISLIKES - Disco, KGB. PET PEEVE — 
Watergate. PRIZED POSSESSION — My insan- 
ity. LEAVING THOUGHTS — The "Fish" 
Cheer. 





DEBORAH GAIL JANCSICS 
"Debbie" 

"So I wanna laugh while the laughin' is easy / 1 wanna cry 
if it makes it worthwhile / I may never pass this way again 
/ That's why I want it with vou / cause you make me feel 
like I'm more than a friend!" LIKES — My family, boat- 
ing, friends, TAB. soccer games, stuffed animals, quiet 
mornings, Roga. DISLIKES — Snowstorms ('78), moody 
people, Driver's Ed., Bio and History, term papers, leav- 
ing. REMEMBERS MOST — Midnight Hospital Runs. 3/ 
11/78, locker room education, snowstorms, class party 
'79, Martha's Vineyard, Burger King. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — 2 pts. for them. Salvo. Harper, summer 
fire of '78. Halloween 78, mono — 78, interruptions. Bol- 
ton horn. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Friends. PET 
PEEVE - Interruptions. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
Fnut flies and E. Cofi, knapsack. CAUSE OF DEATH - 
Drowning in TAB. WORST HORROR SHOW - 1/24/ 
79. ACTIVITIES - Student Advisory Board 2, Basket- 
ball 1-3. Health Careers 1-4, (Co-Chairperson). Powder 
Puff .3-4. Yearbook Sales Manager. Class Plav 4 LEAN - 
ING THOUGHTS - Bve! 



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MICHAEL BRENDAN KEARNEY 

"Play the game to win or don't play it at all." 
LIKES — Sports, running, pizza, Bruins, football 
games, Tim Fox, subs, weekends, snow days, golf, 
poker, winning, Saturday Night Live, Stooges, 
money, Baseball, camping, friends. DISLIKES 
\lonc!av\ school food, Spanish, losing, disco, Yan- 
kees. REMEMBERS MOST - 8th grade brawls, 
undefeated track season 77. WANTS TO FOR 
GET MOST — Hingham cross country meet '79. 
SECRET DESIRE - To l>eat Benbow. AMBI- 
TION - To run the Boston Marathon. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH - Dave, Scott, Sully. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Beach. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
My sneakers. WORST HORROR SHOW - Dux- 
bury 's cross country team. ACTIVITIES — Cross 
Country (Co-Capt.), 10, 11, 12, 2-4, Track 1-4. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Retired, liv- 
ing in Florida, golfing every day. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - *We're 'outa here. 





JOHN ANTHONY LAGROTTERIA 

'Lagos" 

LIKES — Skiing, nice bicycles, nice women, jazz, 
frosty kegs, blizzards, Karen + Reenie, C. D. B., 
Becks, R. T. F., long weekends, 4 wheelin, Hon- 
das. DISLIKES — Disco, jocks, snobs, flat beer, 
Mondays, homegrown, rainy days, hard work, 
Hull, bad deals. REMEMBERS MOST - The 
17th birthday present given to me by Goff. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Canoe ride with 
Hollis up in N.H. in water below 0°. Sprinting out 
of the house with Franky after leaving school 
early. AMBITION — To live in Saudi Arabia and 
have a harem consisting of the Dallas Cheerlead- 
ers. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Fast Fred, F. X., 
Goofis, Franky, Heawy, Juice. PET PEEVE — 
Putting up with CHS at 8:00 AM. PRIZED POS- 
SESSION — My motobecane. CAUSE OF 
DEATH — Parachuting from 20,000 ft. with a 
faulty chute. WORST HORROR SHOW - 
C.D.B. concert, Cape Cod Colliseum, Sept. 2, '78. 
ACTIVITIES - Golf 1, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Living at the 
Cox estate, driving Ferrari's, for a summer home. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - Five down only six to 
go! 





CRAIG S. LANGFORD 
"Limey" "Bum" "Limes" 

98% of all American families have T.V.s. The other 
2% have to make their own sex and violence. 
LIKES — Sailing, soccer, bicycles, freedom, 
travel, wrestling, music, family. DISLIKES — 
Brussel sprouts, noisypeople, cold, being injured. 
REMEMBERS MOST — The great trip," swim- 
ming in Nov., "The all nighter," 210 nationals, spa- 
ghetti, playhouse. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 

— Freebird experience. SECRET DESIRE — Sail 
Ostar. AMBITION — Circumnavigation of the 
world. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Bimby, Mic- 
key, Ausem Tresum, Murph, Stiff, Lumpy, Dill, 
Squash. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — Wretch 
city. PET PEEVE — Scuzzy braces. PRIZED 
POSSESSION — Money. WORST HORROR 
SHOW — Mashed wheels fall '78. ACTIVITIES 

— Soccer 1-4 (Capt), Wrestling M, Track 1, 3, 4, 
Yearbook, Fish Fry II. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Unmarried. 




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MICHAEL J. MacDONALD 
"Mac" 

LIKES — Clint Eastwood movies, Blue Oyster 
Cult, veggin' in the gold classic tank, going party- 
ing on special occasions like every day. DISLIKE'S 
— Being busted, school. BEMEMBERS MOST — 
B.O.C., J. Geils, "Yes," and Bob Seeger's concerts. 
SECRET DESIBE - To see a whole concert. 
AMBITION — To be where the action is all the 
time. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Crough, 
Scubby, Dave C, sometimes Bob Bussell. 
FAVOBITE HANGOUT - In the twilight zone. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Hey man, what's 
up? ', "That's Cool" "All right," "UHHH!" PET 
PEEVE — Going home late and the bed starts 
spinning. PRIZED POSSESSION — A miller. 
CAUSE OF DEATH - Doing a buck 50 on a 
Harley Hog^ TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - 
Living in the Blue Hawaii never to be seen in 
Cohasset again. 




MICHAEL JAMES LESSNEB 

"Never wait or hesitate. Get in kid before it's too late. You 
mav never get another chance." LIKES — Skateboarding, 
surfing, rock n roll, skiing, my buddy, Stones, concerts, 
Danna, whitey, 4 speed Corvettes, family, sunny Califor- 
nia, Blood Bros, terrorizing. DISLIKES — Disco, leaving 
California, good-byes, getting caught, when it sticks to 
vour lip and you can't get it lit, seeds, being locked out 
When you're late. REMEMBERS MOST — Tech HiFi 
midnight trips on 95, the night I left Danberry, "Shat- 
tered, ' w/Tim + Clint 2nd, 3rd gear wheelie contests, 
chug a lug on black hawk, donuts in Wampatuck. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - A.O.D.C., rainy days at 
the Getty, mornings after, Utopia. SECRET DESIRE — 
To spend a million. AMBITION — Rock n roll stardom. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - "Da Boyz." FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Snug top. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - 
"Hey, Hey, My rock and roll will never die." PET 
PEEVE — A car stereo not working. PRIZED POSSES- 
SION — My album collection, my truck. CAUSE OF 
DEATH — Porche Turbo. WORST HORROR SHOW — 
Leaving California. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — 
Heading out to where the pavement meets the sand. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS — You may lose, or win, but 
you'll never be here again. It's better to burn out than 
fade away, 'cause rust never sleeps." 




NANCY ANN LAUE 

"Life is getting faster and furiouser. Sometimes 
vou feel like throwing up your hands and saying to 
hell with it and going so far back in the hills they'll 
have to pump sunshine in." LIKES — Lightning, 
dusk, my sisters, traveling, country and western 
music, dreams, love and grins. DISLIKES — 
Being caught, Governor King, believing the liars, 
arguments, not belonging, rednecks. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — The Cowboys, sleeze maneuvers, 
early morning coffee, afternoon drinks, waking up 
with a smile. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 
Fall of 1977, stump pump at the apartment, jeal- 
ous moments. SECRET DESIRE — To be play- 
mate of the year. AMBITION — To sail over tne 
Grand Canyon in a hot air balloon. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT — Scituate and Whitney Woods. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — Life in the fast lane. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - J. K. firebird. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS — "Well the men don't 
know, but the little girls understand." 




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FRANCIS XAVIER MAHONEY JR. 
"Franky" 

LIKES — Kawasaki 650, hockey, 4 wheelin', 
trucks, Mustangs, snowy winters, pretty girls, par- 
tying with F. F. and F. X. A. and Bubba after 
work, getting stewed, "Grampa's Beans." DIS- 
LIKES - Math, rainy days, car troubles, wise 
girls, penalties, getting booted out of a game. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Getting stuck in the pits 
and needing four trucks to pull me out, Cape Cod 
Concert (before and after). WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — Being at my house with Lag, The Great 
Dash! SECRET DESIRE — To succeed in life. 
AMBITION — To make some good money in life, 
and have a good time at it. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH - Reh, Jmb-ds, RRB III, "Fast Fred," 
F.X., Anda. FAVORITE HANGOUT - La Plage. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS — "Let's torque one 
up," "Oh Boy." PET PEEVE — The Prep look. 
PRIZED POSSESSION - Skates. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Dry. WORST HORROR SHOW — 
Dumping new 650. ACTIVITIES — Hockey 3, 4. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Bipping 
down a Cat 3160 in one of Hawaii's harbors. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - I thank God that I'm 
out!! 




LIKES — Football, wrestling, Molson's, Canada, 
farming, cows (blacky the bull). DISLIKES — Lit- 
tle twits, Hull. BEMEMBEBS MOST — Norwell 
meet home sophomore year. WANTS TO FOB- 
GET MOST - Milliken Field, Middleboro, 9/29/ 
79. SECRET DESIRE - College ball. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH - The Green Shirts. FAVOBITE 
HANGOUT — Green Shirt HQ (anywhere and 
everywhere). FAVORITE EXPRESSION — 
"Eh?" PRIZED POSSESSION - Autographed 
picture of Terry Metcalf. CAUSE OF DEATH — 
Assasinarion. WORST HORROR SHOW - 5/16 
/61. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - No idea. 




SCOTT FRANCIS MacKINNON 
"Skinner" 

"If you can't beat them, don't join them; just tell 
them to $#*%&!!!" LIKES - Good grades, foot- 
ball, pumping iron, Italian food, eating, weekends, 
parrying, St. Paul's, skiing, "St. Lewey's," three 
stooges, adventure, Yes, snowstorms, beach, happy 
people, skippies, summer nights. DISLIKES — 
Losing, Dubs, running out ofgas, being bummed 
out, blue lights. REMEMBERS MOST — Ski 
trips, parties, concerts, my Mom's blue bomber, 
Murphy's parties, Loon Mountain. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST — 6/8/79, Scituate police. 
SECRET DESIRE - Mr. Universe. AMBITION 
— Bench Press 750 lbs., medical school. FAVOB- 
ITE EXPBESSIONS - "OH WOW," "Hey 
buddy." PET PEEVE - "SKUNKS." PRIZED 
POSSESSION - Me! CAUSE OF DEATH - 
Bumping into a 747 with my hang glider. ACTIVI- 
TIES - Football 2, 3, Wrestling 4, Track 1, 2, 4. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Retired foot- 
ball player, practicing medical doctor, living in my 
$450,000 home in sunny, Southern California. 




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BRUCE W. MAYNARD 
"Juice" 

"Live and let live." LIKES — Summer. Maine. 4 
wheelin', C. D. B., hunting, kegs. Bob Seeger, St. 
Croix, partying, 30-30, the ridge. DISLIKES — 
School, disco, rain, accidents, winter, mornings. 
REMEMBERS MOST - C. D. B. concert on 
Cape, trip to N.H. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
— 11/10/77. SECRET DESIRE - To hijack an 
oilwell. AMBITION — To own a new truck. USU- 
ALLY SEEN" WITH - Sarah, Hewey, Lag. 
Freddv, Goofis, F. X., Chippa, Billv, Mark. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "What's up 3 " 
PRIZED POSSESSION - F100. ACTIVITIES - 
Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, Baseball 1-4. 





DAVID JEROME McCARTHY 

"Take your time, think a lot. why think of every- 
thing you've got, for you will still, be here tomor- 
row, but your dreams mav not." — Cat Stevens. 
LIKES — Ski trips, sailing, windv davs, P. S.. the 
newspaper, the ocean, weekends, parties. James 

Tavlor. Bumbling Twits. DISLIKES Stuck 

up'people, rainv weekends. REMEMBERS MOST 

— ski trips. Wants to forget most — 

Audley Harper. 9/3/78, 4/16/79, the billboard. 
SECRET DESIRE — To be a multimillionaire. 
AMBITION — Doctor of Juris Prudence. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH - Mike, Skinner. FAVOR- 
ITE HANGOUT - The beach. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — Heavy bummer, deep sigh. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - History with Har- 
per. ACTIVITIES — News£aper 3, 4, Cross 
Country 3, 4. Damn Yankees .9. The Boyfriend. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Sitting on the 
bench of the Supreme Court. 





ELLEN MARIE McCARTHY 

"Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of 
choice." LIKES — Family, being Daddy's prin- 
cess, heavy-weather sailing. General, p. puff, good 
times. SSMC. long-distance phone calls. Cohasset. 
Mr. Davis, KSS. ^Chinking. DISLIKES — Dizzy 
refs. bad moods, nickname, doing Nils' Sp. comms. 
REMEMBERS MOST - Powderpuff. Camp 
Wing, summer '77, laser magic. Holy Cross. New 
Year s '77. locker room rave. Pat's game. Doobies. 
Eng. w/Pete. Christening. EW&f. Adam's par- 
ties, 5-29-76. raving w/Buzza. B. w Heidi, Gong 
Show I. the blop. SWAT, Black MT. 5:30 w 
Sandv. LeMars and Kim, Mill w/C and J. WANTS 

to Forget most — 216-79. 2-10-78, jv 

B.ball, 8-20-78, 33-0. keys at Aloha, Chem. 7H 
Nixon. AMBITION — To catch up on all the gos- 
sip w/Annie A. at T. on Sat. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION - "Reallv." PET PEEVE - Miss- 
ing General. WORST HORROR SHOW - 2nd 
half. Christening. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Very rich, verv happy, very married. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS' - Good-bye CHS - 
Thanks for everything. 



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james Joseph McCarthy 

'Jim" 

"If I cannot do great things, I can do small things 
in a great way." LIKES — my family, basketball, 
"Pistol," Mr. Di, the "Buds," cruising, raving, St. 
Paul's, MONEY, Springsteen, snowstorms, hot 
summer nights, shotguns, pretty ladies. DISLIKES 

— SATs, hassles, losing, zeros, snobs, early nights. 
REMEMBERS MOST - Mm-p's "Bash," State 
Tourney. "Doer Hunter," after prom, Graduation 
parties 79, Big 29, Doobies, Case-a-thon, MV trip, 
Buzzy's party, spring of 79, cheerleading, cove w/ 
Wojo, how hopping, Ben's — 4:30 am raid. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Mill Bridge, 
RUBS, a certain accusation, Dreamwold, Le Car, 
my feet. AMBITION - To join F.F.L. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION - "How ya doing?" WORST 
HORROR SHOW - 20 solid ones. ACTIVITIES 

— Basketball 1-4 (Capt.), Sr. Class Play, Powder- 
puff Cheerleading 3, 4. LEAVING THOUGHTS 

— Yuh-Yuh Yuh, ABEETEEBATEEBOO! 





BONNIE LOUISE McCLAY 
"Bonnie" "Luisa" "Student Thing" 

"To overlook the things in life is to miss the biggest 

Eart of life itself." — Salada tea bag. LIKES — 
•oughnuts, the Beatles, art, tea, cats, gardening, 
European stuff, darkness, sunflower seeds, cooking, 
teddy bears, movies, music, winged creatures, 
"monsta'," colors, climbing trees, my teachers, swim- 
ming, storms, sewing. DISLIKES — Conformity, 
noise, flat skies, boredom, helplessness, spelling, 
bright light, having to be neat, no cookies, not under- 
standing. REMEMBER MOST — 9th grade, "What is 
Reality?", being "student thing." WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — Research papers. SECRET DESIRE 

— To be invisible, to learn to play the piano, to know 
everything. USUALLY SEEN WITH - My sketch 
pad. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "That's life." 
PET PEEVES — People who stomp on ant hills, hav- 
ing to eat at the "right" time. PRIZED POSSESSION 

— Sneakers, solitude. CAUSE OF DEATH — "Sac- 
charin overdose." WORST HORROR SHOW - 10th 
grade. KNOWN FOR — Consistent inconsistency, 
carrying too much stuff. 




V 




"Be careful 

If you can't be careful 

Be good 

If you can't be good 
Be good at it" 

LIKES - My family, Duke, Florida, Budd, 
M&GK, weekends. DISLIKES — XBHS, Happy 
Hoodsies, the mouse, the bomb. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Road trip to Florida, Pina Coladas at the 
Lime Tree, Rosie O'Grady's. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — February 3, 1979. SECRET 
DESIRE — To be in competition with Larry at 
the Circle Cafe. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - 
"Get a grip on life." PET PEEVE — Being 
accused of being "happy" by the Bryant boys and 
gang. CAUSE OF DEATH — High school. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - February 3, 1979. 
ACTIVITIES — Football and Hockey. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS — It took me a while but I made it. 



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MARIE ANN MILLER 

"Rie" 

"You have to search for what you want because what you 
want won't reach for vou." LIKES — My family, Larry, 
roller-skating, parties (HH inc) sleeping late on Saturday 
mornings, chocolate chip ice cream, little children. DIS- 
LIKES — Long bus rides 6:00 in the morning, rainy Mon- 
day mornings, naireuts, cliques, D. G., A. Y. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — 9th grade math class, staying at my host 
family's house, trip to Hingham with Gina F., staying at 
Patties house. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Mrs. 
Lahage's typing class, summer of '75. "Football vou bet," 
A. Y., SECRET DESIRE - To meet Billy D. Williams, 
Peabs Brvson. AMBITION — To become a successful 
social worker. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Yvonne Por- 
ter, Steve Baden, India Turner. FAVORITE HANGOUT 
- Senior high girls room. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - 
"Cool out." PRIZED POSSESSION - My family, my 
future. CAUSE OF DEATH - Too much dedication to 
my work. ACTIVITIES — FlagCorps 8th, 1, Cheering 2, 
3,'Metco Student Council Rep. TWENTY' YEARS FROM 
NOW — Married and a working woman. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - ' I'm free at last." 




"Winners are losers that keep rolling on." LIKES — My 
family, music, flying, golf, laughter, Nachos, Saturday 
Night Live, good times, chinkin , Road trips. DISLIKES 

— Losing, being rushed, two-faced people, English 
papers, slow weekends, forgetting things, being let down. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Back seat driving, escapades at 
the Pizza House, 14 weeks, the buoy, sprinting, the dive, 
"C'mon guys chip in," a floating mailbox, my artistic abil- 
ity, the great Camaro chase, J. Ceils, Attitash. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST - Jaws, M. V., I don't remember. 
SECRET DESIRE — To become a Ho-Jo's Softball all- 
star. AMBITION — To arrange the perfect floral display 
for Atlantic Avenue. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Green 
shirts. FAVORITE HANGOUT — Hulk mobile. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION - "C'mon, be serious." PET PEEVE 

— Being accused of something I didn't do. PRIZED POS- 
SESSION — Mv hat. CAUSE OF DEATH - Being hit 
by a flving table thrown bv hotel police. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW — K Street. ACTIVITIES - Football 1-4 
(Co-Capt.). Hockey 1^4, Golf 1-4, Class Representative. 
TWENTY' YEARS FROM NOW — collecting signs for 
the M.D.C. NOTED FOR — My midnight mail deliver- 
ies. 



THOMAS W. McMAHON 
"T" "Steve" 

"I didn't be a creep, neither." LIKES — B-ball, 
fish, Skynyrd, golf, summer, St. Pauli girl, The 
Cave, parties, moe and all the "Cats." DISLIKES 
— Lima beans, rain, accidents, cat burglars, disco, 
and broken tool kits. REMEMBERS MOST - 
State toumey, fish fries, Latin III with Dr. T., 
chinkin' I-II, case-a-thon, Doobies, Murph's par- 
ties, cheerleading. Big 29, Hoppin I-II, "Luckv 
Streak," chase, and "Just mv Imagination, 
M.B.B W.G. 7/7/79. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — A particular officer, wl, shampoo bottle, 
and M&M's. AMBITION — To keep Hank in vear 
round hibernation. USUALLY SEEN WITH — 
Batcat, Jingo, Otter, Stiff, Murph, Lace, Limev, 
Needles, Dill, Gunshv, and Lumpy. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION - "This is truer CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Bottle, fatigue. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - Chowderhounds. ACTIVITIES — Bas- 
ketball 1-4, Golf 8, 1-4, Football 1. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS — 'Tis a far, far, better thing, than I 
have every done before. 






SCOTT MURPHY 
"Bones" "Murph" 

"Only the good die young." B. Joel. LIKES — 
Summers on Lake George, sports, golf, hockey, 
sailing, skiing, weekends, cars, vacations, vettes, 
making money, goofing off, Deep Vee Ocean Rac- 
ers, sports cars, Boston Bruins. DISLIKES — 
Homework, rainy days, Hull, tests and exams, get- 
ting up early. REMEMBERS MOST — Raft race 
on North River, driving a Trans-Am, cruisin' and 
bruisin'. SECRET DESIRE — To be a movie star. 
AMBITION — To be a business executive. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "Take it or leave 
it." PRIZED POSSESSION - '69 Mustang. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — working too hard. 
ACTIVITIES - Hockey. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — President of a big corporation. 




SCOTT A. MUIR 

"Mu" "W.D. Ill" "Scott" 

"We first flew in dreams, and the dream of flying 
has become real, TO FLY!" LIKES — Linda, Aer- 
osmith, Van Halen, good bass performance, PAN- 
TOMII's, f- 15 eagles, flying, and Westy, motobe- 
cane mopeds, z-28's. DISLIKES — Rainy days, 
depression, soft music, Westy sprayed by a skunk, 
pets dying. REMEMBERS MOST — Bermuda, 
some of those parties in my cellar, Utopias II with 
Mr. Kite, Richie and Davie, summer at the Inn, 
soloing. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - When 
my moped was totaled, Humanities 9 + 10, term 
paper. SECRET DESIRE — To sit in the back 
seat of a Cobra. AMBITION — Chopper pilot. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Grey, Richie, Steve, 
DOC, Linda, Chris. FAVORITE HANGOUT — 
The seat of my moped. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION — "It's cosmic." PET PEEVE — Turning 
down my music. PRIZED POSSESSION — 
Everything I own. CAUSE OF DEATH — Crash, 
burn and die! WORST HORROR SHOW — 
Cause of death! TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW 
— Remembering good 01' Cohasset High. LEAV- 
ING THOUGHTS — We're "gonzo." 




ALEXANDRA ELIZABETH MULLEN 

"Some people say that life is the thine, hut I prefer read- 
ing." L. P. Smith. LIKES — The Ridiculous, Aubrey, C 

+ S, Harvard Square, Fin de Siecle, second-hand hook 
stores, Tea, the Anne-girl, royalty. OSCAR!, mokka torte. 
Bach, Art Nouveau, Sir Noel, Sherlock Holmes and Lord 
Peter, soccer, gloriously witty and insincere sayings, Jean, 
croissants for Breakfast, Donne, Englishisms, the imconv 
parahle Max, Buffalo Seminary sessions, G. B. S., poly- 
phony, slightly perverted literature, my piano teacher, 

'blue and white," ballet, green carnations and absinthe, 
the Sublime. DISLIKES — Veggies, grinds and grade 
grubbers, utilitarian hats, Wagner, unflinching sincerity. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Dirty Double Dative and Latin 
Raves. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 'Coming 
Down," The Faint. SECRET DESIRE - Heh-heh-heh. 
AMBITION - To kill the Jabberwock. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH - The so-callecf intelligentsia. CAUSE OF 
DEATH — Choking on a polysyllabic phoneme. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - A prominent OxbriA 

fean on Pre-Historic Philosophy. LEAVING 
HOUCHTS — "Do you know what it is to yearn for the 
Indefinable, and yet be brought face to face, daily, with 
the multiplication table?" W. S. Gilbert. 




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SUSAN MARIE MYERS 
"Sue" 

"Do I have to go to my class?" LIKES — Baseball 
playing, child study class, English class, typing 
class, work study program. DISLIKES — Gym 
class. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — Coming 
here. AMBITION — Would like to work in a nurs- 
ery school. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Ann Chit- 
tim. FAVORITE HANGOUT — Mrs. Marshall's 
office. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Where's 

i Mrs. Ely?" PET PEEVE — When people tease 

I me. PRIZED POSSESSION - My money. 

I ACTIVITIES — Like to help Mrs. Marshall. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Married with 

. children. LEAVING THOUGHTS — Remember 
that I was a good kid. Remember that I tried to get 
to homeroom and all my classes on time. 





LANCE R. NORRIS 
"Lace" "Cleofis" 

"My only regret in life is that I'm not someone 
else." LIKES — Puns, Kool-Aid, Southern Rock, 
Bugs Bunny, R.I., the probe, hats, mash. DIS- 
LIKES — gullies, loads, brown noses, DISCO, bad 
fish, weepers, daffy dills. REMEMBERS MOST 

— Beatlemania, rebel, C-A-Thon, Czar, fish fry 1 
and 2, the chase. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 
Bronco night, W.O.T.R. AMBITION — To be 
really good and maybe my mother will make a 2nd 
pitcher of Kool-Aid. USUALLY SEEN WITH - I 
wouldn't be seen with anyone that would be seen 
with a person like me. FAVORITE HANGOUT — 
The beach, the 304. FAVORITE EXPRESSION 

— "Yeah, I got your expression right here, 
buddy." PRIZED POSSESSION - My sharks. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - April 15, 1979. 
ACTIVITIES — Football \A, Wrestling 2-4 Track 
2-4, Sr. Class Play 2-4, Godspell 2, Student Govt. 
Day 3, Jazz Rock 1-4, Band 1-4. TWENTY 
YEARS FROM NOW — Married to Jackie O. and 
owner of the largest catsup refinery in the U.S. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS — Drink to me with 
only thine eyes for there's only enough for one. 





ERIN MARY O'BRIEN 
"Erwin" "Ernie" 

"You've got to get up every morning with a smile 
on your face." LIKES — Being Irish, a big family, 
swimming, MacD's, the mav, Fridays, Sharky, 
twinkies, Soccer, N.Y., Brucey, Mr. and Mrs. Cox, 
running, the beach, K, laughing. Snaggle, Jimmv, 
the Dis, and Skippy. DISLIKES — Mice, spa- 
ghetti sauce, vegetables and SAT's. REMEM- 
BERS MOST - fv. Soccer, NY Eve, Ladies' Aide 
Society, WATCH OUT, sunrise parties, miniature 
SMM, Grammy, Hull excursion, Bourne Hockey 

fame, Thanksgiving parties, stuck in the sand, 
reebird and Guy, Attitash. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — Cheering incidents, WSI, term 
paper jiartv and nightmare at Milligan Field. 
SECRET DESIRE - To light the Olympic Torch. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - Nice. CAUSE OF 
DEATH — Drowning. ACTIVITIES — Fr. Bas- 
ketball, X-Country 1, 2, Hockev Cheering 2, 3, 
J.V. Soccer 3, Girl's Soccer 4, (Capt.), Track 1-4 
(Capt. 4), Powder Puff 3, 4. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW - Secretary of Ladies' Aide Soci- 
ety. NOTED FOR — Wearing dungarees, smiling. 



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JAMES A. O'BRIEN 
JiiimIk)" 

"At one time or another we all have to drive 
through the darkness on the edge of town." - 
Bruce Springsteen. I.IKES — Family, hi-po's,4 x 

4, skiing, warnings not tickets, the pits, the word 

"harrass. " N.E, Dragway. DISLIKES - Problems, 
hydroplaning, pressure, cults, Reds, Albinos, 
exclusive clubs, ( heap cars, fads, competition, 
tests, wasted tune, Iran, foreign objects in my 
food, tourists, colds. REMEMBERS MOST - 
Travels with mv family. Ward's Bio. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST Had scenes, Ms sci fi. 
SECRET DESIRE - To be a young timer until 
65, and an old timer until 100. AMBITION - To 
know a little bit about everything. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH - Bella, Musk, Brana, Bones, Skin, 
Muscles, friends. FAVORITE HANGOUT - The 
Pond, the Bam. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — 
"You're outta here." PET PEEVE — mosquitoes, 
macho men, chumps getting bagged, hungry cas- 
sette players. PRIZED POSSESSION - My 
Minolta SRT-201 and its counterparts: 21 mm, 50 
mm, and 85-205mm. GAUSE OF DEATH - 
Mechanical failure. WORST HORROR SHOW - 
J.V. Soccer. ACTIVITIES - Soccer 1-3, Basket- 
ball 1-4, Yearbook 4. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW - A professional. LEAVING THOUGHTS 
— "I'm outta here!" 





DAVID F. O'CONNELL 
"OC" "Doc" 

LIKES — Concerts, fast cars, sunny days, water- 
skiing, hot summers, hockey, snowball fights, par- 
ties, lots of money, girls, staying up all night play- 
ing caps, pong, Steely Dan, Joe Walsh, Boston, J. 
Geils, Seeger, half days. DISLIKES — Warnings, 
snobby girls, getting caught, 5:30 a.m. hockey 
practices, arguments, flat tires, rainy days, Scituate 
police, typing class. REMEMBERS MOST — 
Diana's house, Bruno's party, YES concert. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST — Going to court, 
car accident, 12/9/79. SECRET DESIRE — To 
own a Ferrari. AMBITION — To make a lot 
money. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Jonah, Hollis. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT - Beach, Bo Street, 
Hugo's back pk, lot. FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
— 'Do it up." PET PEEVE — people asking, 
"Where's Hugo's?" PRIZED POSSESSION - My 
Fuji. CAUSE OF DEATH - A plane crash. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - Late night ride in 
Le Car. ACTIVITIES - Hockey, Baseball. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Driving my 
new Ferrari. LEAVING THOUGHTS - I'm glad 
to be out of high school. 





LAUREN SUE O'CONNOR 

"Lessons learned are like bridges burned; you only 
have to cross them but once. — Dan Fogelberg. 
LIKES — My family, skiing, tennis, ice cream sun- 
daes, candy, clothes, Chippy, Vermont, soap 
operas, weekends. DISLIKES — rainy Mondays, 
snakes, dieting, snobs, tomatoes, "Cohasset Gos- 
sip." REMEMBERS MOST - Tennis at 5, Al's 
Spaghetti, M.V., 3 little Rascals, Irish mugs, Bar- 
gain Center Parking Lot, Lilv's at 4, Ladies' Aide 
Socity, city-side walkout, girls' room, Earth Wind 
& Fire, Ginger, J. T. concert, Barbie dolls, red 
night on town, donuts at 5:30. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — CP 78, high school. SECRET 
DESIRE — To become President of Ladies' Aide 
Society. AMBITION — To find 48 calories. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH — Linda, Karen, Bruza, and 
the bathroom buddies. FAVORITE HANGOUT 
— Beach. PET PEEVE — Polyester leisure suits. 
CAUSE OF DEATH - K's driving. WORST 
HORROR SHOW — Lawn furniture. ACTIVI- 
TIES — Basketball 1, Tennis 1-4, Capt., Powder- 
puff 3, 4, Chess Club, Rousers. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — Reunion at the Vineyard. 



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LYNN FRANCIS O'TOOLE 
"Lia" 

"What you are is God's gift to you, what you make 
of yourself is your gift to God.' LIKES — My fam- 
ily, Joe, the Durkin's, midnight, Angie, Conasset, 
sunny fall days, James Taylor, the ocean, friends, 
cozy fires, r.O.P.C, Christmas, being^ a twin, 
sleeping late, laughing. DISLIKES — Joe s moods, 
nagging, bugs !, Deing dictated to, snobs, dema- 
gogues. REMEMBERS MOST - 9/21/77, "Snu- 
man," Prom '79, Yacht Club 5 am, Niagara Falls, 5 
/29/79, formal dates at McDonalds, Golden 
Rooster dindins, rock talks with Mary, "Who 
turned out the lights?", running away with Hid. 
SECRET DESIRE - To outlive Mom. AMBI- 
TION — To have Daddy's patience. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH - Joe and friends. PRIZED POS- 
SESSION — Snoopy. ACTIVITIES — Student 
Council Pres. 4, Class Pres. 2-3, Class Traas. 1, 
Cheering 2A (Capt.), Class Play 3, 4, Powderpuff 



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LISA ANN O'TOOLE 
"Luby" "Bird" 

"The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly 
themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. ' 
LIKES — My family, "snuman," Vivian "s, Jim, dough- 
nuts, Mr. D., a shoulder to lean on, ocean sunsets, hugs, 
being a twin, catching rays, blond hair, caring. DISLIKES 
— Misunderstandings, gossip, lies, jealousy, diets. 
REMEMBERS MOST - Niagara Falls, Louis Warf, 
blackout, IV's truck, Yacht Club 5:00 am, Hanlon's Band 
Bash, GodspeU '76, white Russians, states in VT, summer 
'77 ecstasy, the Bunker, running in the rain, PB fluff one 
more time, our little cross, walks W. W., continue our 
voyage, Fogelberg. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — The 
Lie, nodes. SECRET DESIRE - To see Heaven. AMBI- 
TION - To have peace of mind. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH - My friends. FAVORITE HANGOUT - La 
Plage, the refrigerator. FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS - "I 
don t know what do you think? ", "Could be, Ya never 
know." PET PEEVES - People who mimic me, being 
rushed, gossipers. PRIZED POSSESSION — Faith. 
Teddy Bear. CAUSE OF DEATH — Too many dough- 
nuts. WORST HORROR SHOW - New Year's Eve 78. 
ACTIVITIES — Track 3, F. Cheering 2. Drama Work- 
shop 3, 4, Class Sec. 2, Powderpuff 3, 4, Senior Class Play 
3, 4. NOTED FOR — Blue eyes, my squeak. 




WENDY ANN O'NEILL 
"Wen" "Mallard Jr." 

"Remember yesterday, dream about tomorrow, 
but live today." LIKES — Family, friends, Cohas- 
set, class of '80, beach, sleeping late, winter fires, J. 
T., animals, Indian Rock, mail, Widgeon, relatives, 
chinkin', sledding, Bergson's, skiing, G. H. DIS- 
LIKES — Curfews, moods, getting hurt, apathy, 
moving, people not listening. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Midnight rambler, 9/22/79, Good Fri- 
day, Attitash, JT concert, summer "78, shaving 
cream, talks w/B., Ode to Little "T," thumbs up, 
Doug's friendship, adventures w/Lo., prom '78, 
hide n' go seek, B. S., retreat, photo booths. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - A poker game, 
Adam's parties, COZ call, a 9th gr. party, Beach 
St., sailing, Snickers bar, Mill Bridge. SECRET 
DESIRE - To ride a rollercoaster. AMBITION 
— To be happy and successful in whatever I do. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Friends. PRIZED 
POSSESSION - A rose (R. W.). WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW — A case of poison ivy. NOTED 
FOR — Being grounded, an innocent face. 
ACTIVITIES — Cross-Country (Co-Capt.) 1-3, 
Track 1, 2, Cheering 1, Rousers 3, 4, Student 
Council 2, Powderpurf 3, 4. 




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ANN PARZIALE 
"Annie" 

"The noble secret of laughing at oneself is the 
greatest humor of all." LIKES — Coming from a 
big family, friends, Conroys, Mr. Davis, Carrolls, 
A. A., laughing hysterically, nice physiques, run- 
ning, generous Mother, J. MC, pink, Nikes, "Rea- 
sons," naving a sister. DISLIKES — Frizzies, bees, 
being late, busy signals. REMEMBERS MOST — 
Sleepovers, sunrise parties, J. T., Moody Blues, 
16th B-day, Thanksgiving, X-mas vacation w/ 
Erin, Mickey and Minnie, my T.D.. AMBITION 
— To give hare and hoot everything they deserve 
in life. PET PEEVE — Hearing people chew 
while they're eating, skinnypeople talking about 
calories. PRIZED POSSESSION — Joseph. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — Lack of pizza. WORST 
HORROR SHOW — My no-handed cartwheel. 
ACTIVITIES - Field Hockey 2, 3, Basketball 1, 
Track 1-4, (Co-Capt), Powder Puff 3, 4, Health 
Careers 4, Class Rep. 2, 3. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — V.P. of Ladies' Aide Society. 
NOTED FOR — Traditional N. Years parties. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - "We may lose or we 
may win, but we'll never be here again." Doobies. 



MARICLARE PATROLIA 

"M.C." 

"Who we are and what we become is determined 
by those who love us." LIKES — My family, my 
nieces, camping, the beach, bananas, sunsets off 
Mill, Bridge, the Putleys," summer, Seals & 
Crofts, Bob Dylan, The Bonzos. DISLIKES — 
Being confusea, stalling out, Mondays, flunking 
tests, explaining the unexplainable, worrying, 
being late, good-byes, waiting. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Alaska, "flower," 9th grade retreat, 
M&M's with K. V., the Parzmobile, A. J.'s laugh, 
Mt. Rushmore, the leans, a weekend at Mark's in 
Fitchburg. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — Pub- 
lic Speaking, 10/7/78, grey hair, horseback riding, 
11th grade, history. SECRET DESIRE — To own 
a chalet in the Rocky Mountains. AMBITION — 
To be a special ed. teacher. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH - Kathy V., Andy D., Janet H., Steven R., 
Erik S. FAVORITE HANGOUT — Erik's or the 
beach. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Never 
Mind." PET PEEVE — Thin wallet. PRIZED 
POSSESSION — Love from my family and 
friends. CAUSE OF DEATH — Mass confusion. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - Horseback riding 
10/8/79. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — 
Rich and famous on a desert island. 




KELLY MARIE PALIMERI 

"Smelly" 

"I'd love to change the world, but I don't knov 
what to do, So I'll leave it up to you." LIKES - 
My family, Kaddic + Frank, Vermont, Florida 
music, Uncle J., cranking, snowstorms, ocsid, bori 
tas, skiing, blue, lilacs, Jovan. DISLIKES — Beini 
razzed, hives, tomatoes, heartbreaks, being nag 
ged, forgetfulness, telephones, pine tree 
REMEMBERS MOST - Yes, Bendies, Pooh' 
Corner, Spoons, storage box, Lumix, wheee, th* 
punch, alln's, Scituate, winter 78-79, "too hot ti 
handle," lumpy throat, Allman Joy, as in the All 
man Brothers, hot + cold, red candle, rwg, 1-4-.' 
signals, quest, zip! 11/5/79, 2/18/79, 11/23/78 
FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS - S.O. Yippee-Yay 
PET PEEVE - Red lights. CAUSE OF DEATF 
- Laughing. LEAVING THOUGHTS - "Rid 
dance!! 




MARTIN EDWARD PATROLIA 
"Party Marty" "Hangover" 

"If I had to do it all over again, I would. But I 
wouldn't have to do it all over again and over 
again." LIKES — Family, friends, art, partying, 
loves my car, eating, girls, my radio, leather, Alice 
Cooper, Bob Seeger, Cheap Trick, nightmares 
(except when I'm awake). DISLIKES — School, 
forgetting what happened the night before. 
REMEMBERS MOST - I forget. But if I can 
think of something, I'll tell you sometime. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST — Waking up in the police 
station and not knowing why I was there, puzzle 
pieces. SECRET DESIRE - To be a singer in a 
rock and roll band. AMBITION — To drive an 
eighteen wheeler. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
Everybody. FAVORITE HANGOUT — On the 
rocks, downtown. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - 
"I don't know." PET PEEVE — When both my 
sister and I are out. 





PAUL ANTHONY PLANTE 
"Egg" "Louie" 

"When opportunity knocks, ya better not be on 

the ." LIKES — Italians, Green Hornet, 

Baseball, family, New England, Italian food, black 
jack, skiing. DISLIKES — Pounding panels, rain, 
blue lights, cold, 4-putting green, losing, filling out 
applications, Merri's. REMEMBERS MOST — 
New Year's, Thompson's Curve, slti trips, art cen- 
ter, Murph's, Abington game, class parties. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Last year's base- 
ball season, 120. SECRET DESIRE — To organ- 
ize the ultimate ski trip. AMBITION — To get a 
week's pay for a day s work. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH - Bone, John, Sullv, MAC. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT — The "Movies." FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — "Bull." PRIZED POSSESSION 

— Fischer cut 70's. CAUSE OF DEATH — Aban- 
doned in a snowbank. WORST HORROR SHOW 

— Pond Street. ACTIVITIES — Baseball 1-4, 
Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — Out in the Green Hornet. 





CATHERINE MARIE POLITO 

"Cathy" "Cath" 

"Only those who can see the invisible can do the 
impossible." LIKES — Steve, my family, my 
friends, vacations, roses. Mustangs, sunny days, 
cats, sunsets, Chico, weekends, cruising, money, 
Chink food, arcades, sleeping late, "The Green 
Man," Hawaii, new clothes, smiling people, Mr. 
Reade. DISLIKES — Getting up early, conceited 
people, rainv days, being broke, phony people, 
crowds, good-byes, cold weather, cigarette smoke, 
standing in front of the class, waiting. REMEM- 
BERS MOST - Prom '78, 10/13/77, 10/14/77, 
summer of '78, playing frisbee on "G" Street, the 
Mustang, "star-land WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST - 7/30/79, zob, history, feud. SECRET 
DESIRE — To go to Hawaii. AMBITION — To 
be a model. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Steve, 

Jill, Kathy, Carol, Lee, Sarah, Yvonne, Maria, 
osie. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "Are you 
sure?" PRIZED POSSESSION - Steve's gold 
chain. CAUSE OF DEATH — Worrying about 
unimportant things. WORST HORROR SHOW 

— 7/30/79. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — 
Married with two kids. LEAVING THOUGHTS 

— "It's a nice place to visit, but I'm out of here!" 



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CRYSTAL PONTTZ 
"Blondie" 

I leaven loses va 

The clouds pari for ya 
Nothing stands iii your w a) 
. . . when you're a 1x>y. 

Bowie "79" 

LIKES — San Diego, sunsets, backgammon, Marc, 
New Wave, soccer, English bovs. NYC, Howie and 
gocxl nicks. REMEMBERS MOST - Pt. Luna 
High, Collier, Mission Bay, Rachel, joey, Mike 
Bishop and all the pointers. Sunset Cliffs Blvd., 7- 
birds, PL parties and Harvard boys. SECRET 
DESIRE — To go to London, Paris, Moscow, 
Sweden. AMBITION — To make my first million 
before I'm 20, to be a fashion design artist. 
CAUSE OF DEATH - O.D. on suburban Amer- 
ica. FAVORITE FLICK - "The Man Who Fell 
to Earth." FAVORITE HANGOUT - Cam- 
bridge and the Rat. FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS 
— ' Good fun," "Let's blow this popcorn joint!" 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Sheila, Jennifer, 
David, and Marc. LEAVING THOUGHTS — 
"God created man, but she was only kidding," 
"EAT TO THE BEAT." 




YVONNE PORTER 
"Vonnie" 

"Success is nothing without someone you love to 
share it with; we never know what we love but 
that we love is certain." LIKES — Being spoiled 
by my parents, my wardrobe, dancing, reading — 
7 R.M., RBB, parties, meeting people. DISLIKES 
— Going grocery shopping, being rushed, being 
told to go to bed, gym. REMEMBERS MOST — 
December 1978, the day my hair got burned, 11th 
grade public speaking class, S.E. of Globe, August 
23, 1979. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - The 
days I couldn't find anything to wear, my first day 
working in Jordan Marsh, May '78. SECRET 
DESIRE — To become a high fashion model and 
designer in Ghana. AMBITION — To become a 
welLknown news reporter at the young age of 23. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Marie M., India T., 
Cathy P. FAVOBITE EXPRESSION - "Yea, 
right!" CAUSE OF DEATH - Natural. WORST 
HORROR SHOW - "The Exorcist." ACTIVI- 
TIES — Flag Corps, Third World Society Vice- 
President. 





DISA KIRSTEN PRATT 

"Dee" "Deece" 

LIKES — My family, Paul, the Farrens, cookies, 
CCC's, laughing, long talks, blonde hair, bear 
hugs, long weekends, G. H., partying with the 
girls, being "newsy," hootering, pizza, tans. DIS- 
LIKES — Demagogues, cheese, loud chewing, j 
waking up, glasses, interruptions, waiting, good- 
byes, diets, being sick. REMEMBERS MOST - 8 
/1/78, 4/16/79, Buddy Initiation, T. E., CC's 
boat, double dates, Mexico, Godspell, going to 
states and VT for Story Theatre, prom 79, any- 
buddy, frantic six in the sand, G. P., jake load, 
bionic, weekend apt., BU trip, reunion with S. C, 
rolling car. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 
Babysitting two retarded birds, Ooga-ooga. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH — Carol, Laura Lee, Lisa, 
Lynn, Mary, Rayna, Paul. NOTED FOR - Bad 
eyesight. ACTIVITIES — Drama 1-4, Class Rea 
1, Class Treas. 2, Class Play 2, 4, Health Careers 2, 
Cheering 2. 



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ANDREW ROEBUCK 
"Quig's" "Quigley" 

LIKES — My dog, my van, money, food, snow, 
skiing, pick-up trucks, hunting, Colorado, Papa 
Gino s, the pits, Chevys, junk rood, 68 Chargers, 
photography, driving over the speed limit, being 
lazy, late to school every morning, traveling, sail- 
ing, tall ships Unicorn, deer hunting on Nantucket. 
DISLIKES — Work, fixing my truck, giving rides, 
Burger King, snobs, Sundays, people who can't 
make deadlines, jocks, Autohaus' $105 tune up. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Sailing on the Unicorn, 
midnight supply companies, selling my truck. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Working at 
Burger King, and anything that has to do with 
Burger King. AMBITION — To move to Colo- 
rado. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Bella, Jumbo, T. 
J., Harry. FAVORITE HANGOUT - Bella's, 
Papa Gino's, wherever. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
My truck and my dog. CAUSE OF DEATH - 
Technical difficulties. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW — Living in Colorado. 




KAREN AMY REYNOLDS 

"Truth is the secret of eloquence and virtue, the 
basis of moral authority; it is the highest summit of 
art and of life." — Amiel. LIKES — People with 
character, friends, arts, jogging, Pedro, free time, 
remember whens, Angel, riding, basketball, soft- 
ball, Colorado. DISLIKES — Snobs, bad grades, 
humid weather, certain people. REMEMBERS 
MOST - 8/22/70. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 

- 8/22/70. SECRET DESIRE - To bike to Col- 
orado. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Bonnie, Peg, 
Sue P., Sue B., Heather B., Alexandra. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION - ". . ." CAUSE OF DEATH 

— Being run over by a moped. ACTIVITIES 
Basketball 1-3, Softball 2-4, Powderpuff 3, 4. 




SUSAN MARY PRATT 
"Kook" 

"I do set my bow in the cloud." — Genesis 9:13. 
LIKES — Rainbow, music, autumn, holidays, 
Noble's, my family and friends, laughter, Koala 
bears, Monty Python, the Conservatory, rain, Scot- 
land, SEMSBA, smurfs, my piano teacher, my 
flute, flowers, the out-of-doors. DISLIKES — 
Snobs, crowds, lima beans, good-byes. REMEM- 
BERS MOST — 5/19/79, Berklee '78, my five 
years in Rainbow, acting crazy with Kim and Jo. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 8/31/79, a N.H. 
Burger King, a certain Tenor. SECRET DESIRE 

— to be the world's greatest pianist. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH — My sisters, Julie and Michele, 
Peg, Heather, Guy, a sheet of music. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - The band room, Hingham Masonic 
Temple. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Spare 
Me! PRIZED POSSESSION — My Knoica, flute, 
and piano. WORST HORROR SHOW - March- 
ing Band. ACTIVITIES — Marching Band 1-4, 
Concert Band 1-4, Jazz Ensemble 1-4, Chorus 1-4, 
Powderpuff 3. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW 

— With Aunt Bobbie at H and D. 




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CATHERINE THERESE SAGE 

"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yes- 
terday and I love today." LIKES — My family and 
Taffy, . . . good friends, good books and a sleepy 
conscience, . . . peacefulness, happiness, joy, . . . 
and lots of parties!!!! DISLIKES — peanut butter, 
party poopers, Monday mornings, housework, 
braces, exams. REMEMBERS MOST — October 
weekends, trips to N.H. and the Cape, Curtis 
Compact, Weymouth, Candy's party, Marshall's, 
IJ's. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Certain 
boulders, Littleton Hospital, the school lunches, 
poison ivy, one green Mercedes, make-up work. 
SECRET DESIRE — To sing with R. S. AMBI- 
TION - To be. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "I 
don't think I'll go to school today." PRIZED POS- 
SESSION - My car keys. 



JILL ANNE ROSANO pj 

'Jill" "Gala" CLj 

"Anything worth doing, is worth doing well." -[< 

LIKES - My family and friends, the Ks, B&I, «i 

softball, basketball, pro football, the Dallas Cow- Ji.t 

boys, Tong D., Chinese food, Cohasset, snowmo- to" 
biling, traveling, having good times, Nurse Mar- 
shall, Mrs. B., and the B.B7T.A. crowd. DISLIKES ■ V 

— Roller-skating, cherries, beef stew, complainers, ^ 

history, homework, canceled games, being the y 

only girl, big mouths, ignorant people, deaths. mi 

REMEMBERS MOST - R. W. R., my grand slam «. 
on Char's and Di's team, "Star-land, ' winning 

softball booster award in 79. WANTS TO FOR- * 

GET MOST - My 16th B-day, 1st time roller- J, 

skating^ SECRET DESIRE — To meet T. D. Jj 

AMBITION — To be a success, to own a Camaro. ( 

USUALLY SEEN WITH - Carol, Cathi, Kathi, « 

Lee, Sarah, and the rest of my friends. FAVOR- Si 

ITE EXPRESSION - "Don't mention it!" PET H 

PEEVE - Complainers. CAUSE OF DEATH - T 

Waiting. WORST HORROR SHOW - Skiing \ 

with Linda C. ACTIVITIES - Basketball 1, 2. 3, s 
4, Varsity Softball 2, 3, 4, Powderpuff 3, 4. 





KERRY ANN SALVADOR 
"Creature" 

LIKES — My family, Florida, tennis, 8/30, 
Porsche, a disco night, sleigh rides in the summer, 
skiing, Pumpkin, doing the 2-step, out-of-towners, 
McDonald's, Nantucket, Molson, the lu lu shuffle, 
roaring, N. Conway, all-nighters, Chinking, Mrs. 
Toppan, catching rays, "reasons," the scoop, my 
deck, Teddy P. DISLIKES — Getting up in the 
morning, working, peach fuzz the next morning, 
being a minor, sore throats, the Inn, CHS. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Good times with Doug, 
Jeff, and Amy, camping at T.P., nights with K. K., 
April vacation '79, February vacation '79, the dou- 
ble d's with Jen, my ski partner, San, Windridge, 
Jeff Beck, Thanksgiving night '78, 9/2/78, 7/10/ 
79, 9/29/79, whale's tails. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — Court, New Year's Eve '78, my car get- 
ting towed, Kimball's. SECRET DESIRE — To 
buy the Belar. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — 
"We're Dreamers," "Check that right out!" 
WORST HORROR SHOW — The Audi accident, 
Peggoty beach. ACTIVITIES — Varsity Tennis 1- 
4, Powder Puff 3, 4. 






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JO-ANNE SANDBLOM 
'•Jodf 

'Today, well lived, makes every yesterday of happiness 
and every tomorrow a vision of hope." LIKES — My fam- 
ily, the ocean, weekends, rainbows, peppermint lifesavers, 
skiing, football games, uncontrollable laughter, getting 
rowdy, sunsets, apple pie. DISLIKES — Waiting, oral 
reports, styrofoam, rumors, Bopper, backstabbers, Sun- 
days, "spocks." REMEMBERS MOST — the Blob, a 
whoopie cushion, class party '79, "Home Sweet Home," 
fudge and lemonade, the dunes w/the Rascals, Doobies I 
ana II, Bargain Center pk. lot, Fla. w/S. T., donuts at 5 
am, MTaW, Cityside walkout, EW&F concert, 4/6/79, 
9th gr. with K. C, Attitash. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — Jay's backseat driving, the christening, SSMC, 
M.V., basketball '78. SECRET DESIRE — To pitch a no- 
hitter for the Hojo Softball team. AMBITION — To find 
48 calories. PRIZED POSSESSION - Abb-blom. 
CAUSE OF DEATH - Being picked on. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW - M.V. ACTIVITIES - Basketball 1-4, 
Softball 1-4, Class Treas. 3, 4, SAB 2, Rousers 1-3, Field 
Hockey 1, Camp Wing 1, Powderpuff 3, 4, Class Play 4. 
TWENTY" YEARS FROM NOW — Still on the comer. 
NOTED FOR — Opening mouth and inserting foot, my 
laugh. 





RAYNA ELIZABETH SARGENT 

"For in our hearts we know the way to go; sharing 
all that we can give; and living all tfiat we can live; 
with freedom as our only cornerstone." LIKES — 
Misty rain, CCC, ice cream, cheese, talks, close 
friends, mountains, lazy mornings, wearing bulky 
sweaters on cold windy days, uncommitted sum- 
mer days, pizza, laughing hysterically, WR's, hoot- 
ering, P & B crackers, chubby babies. DISLIKES 
— Demagogues, diets, cold people, math, gossip, 
busy signals, waiting. REMEMBERS MOST — 
Retarded birds, Newport, CCC runs, weekend 
apt., Ski Trip '77, boat trips w/the C's, "bin and 
grear it!", buddies, GP's, T. E., Wings Neck, yel- 
low lace, "Beep, beep, toot, toot," Mary's windsh- 
ield, frantic six in the sand, la plage, SHYC. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 3 days after get- 
ting my license, 8th gr. curiosity, keys in mv car. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - D, CC, L 2 , Mary. 
PET PEEVE — Carol's ice cube crunching. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Rayna Sar- 
gent — Counselor at Law. 





JENNIFER LYNNE SCHRAMN 

LIKES — Ecuador, skiing, DISCO, all nighters, Nan- 
tucket, Neil Young, champagne, Colita, scoffing tens, tak- 
ing pictures, grandmother's cooking, full moons, zams, 
rans, my famifv, rowdiness, Kerry's, concerts, Isley Bros., 
art work. Carol, raving wildly, tout, dreaming, mics "to be 
real," flying, leaving school, bonz, vacations. FORDS. 
DISLIKES — CHS, being broke, calling home, deadlines, 
good-byes, rainy weekends, being caught in the act, AM, 
curfews, ragging, cabin fever, the end of great vacations, 
routines, the Inn. REMEMBERS MOST — Keg parties, 
good friends, wales tales, the barn, picnics, double thing 
w/K. S., "Berries on ice," Cohasset All Stars, 4/27/79, 
Conn.. 6/10/78, lu lu shuffle, Hingham two step. 9/29/ 
79, L.I. N.Y.. Scituate, livin' for the weekends, Attitash, 
Barnabv's, times w/D. C, 10/5/79. WANTS TO FOR- 
CET MOST - 9/3/78, 7/7/79. R. D.. 12/9/78, I. O. D., 
Howard's lectures. SP w/Lee, Kimball's. SECRET 
DESIRE - To buv the BelAir and fill it. AMBITION - 
To travel por avion. FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS — 
"Shan't be doing' it", "Mint! , "That's out of hand! . 
CAUSE OF DEATH - Too much orhulating. WORST 
HORROR SHOW - 3/21/79. 4/21/79. 1/7/78. ACTIV- 
ITIES - Pow derpuff 3, 4. 



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KATHLEEN MAKIK SCULLY 
"Kalhy""Kath" 

"Happy arc those who dream die. mis and arc 
ready to pay the price to make them come true " 
LIKES Stephen, my family, my friends, a cer- 
tain red Camaro, McDonald's, M&M's, Brandy, 
my stuffed animals. Mustangs, Tootsie Pops, swim- 
ming and honeysuckle roses, candy, dogs, little 
DatSlin trucks. DISLIKES — Waiting for people, 
busy signals, cocoanut, running out of gas, snobs, 
public speaking, schcxd lunches. REMEMBERS 
MOST — 7-14-78, '78 prom, horseback riding in 
Maine, "Star-Land." WANTS TO FOB(fLT 
MOST - History, July of 79, 8-23-79, feud. 
AMBITION - to live in California. USUALLY 
SKKN WITH - Stephen, Cathy, Carol, Jill, Lec. 
FAVOBITE EXPBESSION - "What should I 
do?" PET PEEVE - People being late. PBIZED 
POSSESSION - My ring. CAUSE OF DEATH 
— Waiting for Stephen to come home from work. 
WOBST HOBBOB SHOW - 8-23-79. ACTIVI 
TIES — Cheering 1-4. 




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KENN SILVIA 
"Silva" 

"If you want it, go for it!" LIKES — Motorcycles, 
partying, good fishing boats, Braccilli, Mustangs, 
my ambulance, thunderstorms, two things, Mr. Di 
and friends. DISLIKES - Waking up, cold days, 
car problems, waiting, not knowing what to say. 
BEMEMBEBS MOST — Missing four teeth, 7-3- 
79 partying at the field, motorcycle accident. 
WANTS TO FOBGET MOST - Goat. SECBET 
DESIBE - To fulfill all my dreams. AMBITION 

— To own a massive lobster fleet. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Ka-Boom. WOBST HOBBOB SHOW 

- East Shag Bock. LEAVING THOUGHTS - 
Next joke. PBIZED POSSESSION - My ambu- 
lance. FAVOBITE EXPBESSION - "Kid stuff." 
USUALLY SEEN WITH — Marko and friends. 





MABK EATON SILVIA 





KAREN ELIZABETH SMITH 

"People who always follow a crowd will never be 
followed by a crowd." LIKES — Ice cream, smell 
of a freshly mowed lawn, leaves changing color, 
people, having fun, ocean, family, MY DOG!, visit- 
ing Eileen at Merrimack, eating^ seeing my friends 
in N.J., smiling faces, singing. DISLIKES — Rak- 
ing leaves, moodv people, writing Englishpapers. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Junior Prom, Football 
Dance '78, Aug. '79 at Anne's, getting nervous 
before x-countrv meets, Holmdel Park, New Year's 
Eve '78, good friends. SECRET DESIRE — To be 
able to sing as well as Barbara Streisand. AMBI- 
TION — To be successful at whatever I do. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH — A. V. N. from N.J. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - Pigged Out. PET 
PEEVE — Biting nails. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
"Shanny." CAUSE OF DEATH — Natural causes 
in mv sleep. WORST HORROR SHOW — Aug. 
'79 at Anne's. ACTIVITIES — X-Countrv 1, 2, 3, 
4, Track 1, 2, 3, Class Plav 4, French Club 3. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Married to a 
good looking guy for Catherine's sake. 



BARBAR\ ANN SINOPOLI 

"Babs" 

"If you love something set it free, if it doesn't 
return it was never yours, if it does, love it for- 
ever." LIKES — My family, ruff, pops, a certain 
someone, puppv dog eyes, Mr. Flynn, true friends. 
The Carusos, the soaps, sleeping, weekends, pay- 
days. DISLIKES — Walking, busv phones, jocks, 
Saturday nights at Hugo's, the big 3, snobs, no car. 
REMEMBERS MOST - LTD power, Gina, 
"crabgrass," shrimp cocktail, bike accidents, 
Annie M. at 6:30 + 12:00, "lights out,", Cindy, R. 
B. at 7:00 AM, Christine's house, Feb. vacation, 
mv party. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — 4/ 19/ 
7$, New Year's Day, "crabgrass," Rocky Beach. 
1977, "SS" '77, "Taff," being disorganized, Sept. 
30, 1979, the big 3, 5th grade. SECRET DESIRE 
— To save money. AMBITION — To have a 
happv life. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Friends. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT - G. R. + beach. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - Go for it! PET 
PEEVE — Being tickled, busy phones, waiting, 
walking. PRIZED POSSESSION - Ruff. CAUSE 
OF DEATH — Overeating Chinese food. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - "Crabgrass," 
"Rockv Beach." ACTIVITIES — Powder Puff 3, 
4. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Still 
recovering from Hugo's insanity. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - I leave with hesitation. 




NICKY SPINZOLA 
"Bugle" 

LIKES — Gail, my Falcon, Boston Bruins, Red 
Sox, Moto cross bikes and having good weekends 
with the Millers. DISLIKES — Waking up early 
Sundays, getting in trouble with Mr. D., disco, 
jocks, fat people, chevey. REMEMBERS MOST 
— Getting in car accident, being chased down by- 
Mr. D. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Having 
school lunches. SECRET DESIRE - To be rich 
and live in Hawaii with all mv friends and family. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH -Kenn, Allen, Scott, 
Mack, Joe, Dale. FAVORITE HANGOUT — 
Downtown bus box, Cohasset Common. FAVOR- 
ITE EXPRESSION - What the over. 

PRIZED POSSESSION - Gail, Falcon. 








BONNIE LEE STOVER 
"Bonnie" 

"You can't always get what you want, but if you 
try sometime, you just might find, you get what 
you need." — The Rolling Stones. LIKES — Ray- 
mond, concerts, partying with friends, The Stones, 
Beechwood, hanging out in the girls' room, gym- 
nastics. DISLIKES — Jocks, preppie people. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - Mr. Leary's Eng- 
lish class. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Raymond, 
Debbie, people from work, Beechwood. LEAV- 
ING THOUGHTS — Good-bye. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Concerts, good times, the VW. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST — Going to school, all the 
demerits, M. F. AMBITION — To be a secretary. 



CAROL ELIZABETH STOVER 
"Carol" 

"Be proud of what you are, be yourself." LIKES 

— My family, my friends, clunker, cotton candy, 
sports, Bruins, weekends, being small, Nurse Mar- 
shall, vacations, arcades, Nantasket Beach, a good 
party, chinking, bananas. DISLIKES — Staying 
nome, snobs, when my car stalls out, waiting, 
being where I'm supposed to be, Cohasset. 
REMEMBERS MOST — "Star Land," Disney 
World. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 10/7/ 
78, feud, 3/1/76. SECRET DESIRE — To live on 
a beach in California. AMBITION — To be a 
travel agent. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Jill, 
Sarah, Cathy, Kathy, Lee. FAVORITE HANG- 
OUT - Nantasket Beach. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION - "Woe Bay," "That's life." PET PEEVE 

— Snobs. PRIZED POSSESSION — My car, alli- 
gator shirts, Levi's. CAUSE OF DEATH — Fixing 
my car. WORST HORROR SHOW - Ignorant 

r'jple. ACTIVITIES - Basketball 8, 1-3, Softball 
1-4, Powder Puff 3, 4, Summer League Softball 
1-2. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Still liv- 
ing. LEAVING THOUGHTS - Later - much. 




PAUL CHARLES ROBERT STOCKBRIDGE 
"Stocka" "Pablo" 

"Praising what is lost makes the remembrance 
dear." LIKES — Maine, wrestling, summer, ski- 
ing, the Navy, Vinalhaven, fishing, boats, travel- 
ing, ELO, Ted Nugent. DISLIKES — Hull, snobs, 
Utopian Lit., hospitals, rainy days. REMEMBERS 
MOST - Summer of "79." TWENTY YEARS 
FROM NOW — Admiral in the U.S. Navy. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - "I'm outta here!" 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Day before the 
operation "79." SECRET DESIRE - To wrestle 
in the Olympics. AMBITION — 20 year pension 
in the Navy. USUALLY SEEN WITH - S. Y., G. 
R., S. M., G. F., J. M., J. E. FAVORITE HANG- 
OUT - The rink. PRIZED POSSESSION - My 
moped. CAUSE OF DEATH - Old age. WORST 
HORROR SHOW - Chemistry with Jack Mac- 
Lean. ACTIVITIES — Track - I, Wrestling 3-4. 




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JAMES MICHAEL SULLIVAN 
''Sully" 

"Automation is a technological process that does all the 
work while you sit there; when vou're vounger this is 
called mother." LIKES — Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, 
girls, football games, ski trips, nuclear energy, class of 80, 
cats, snow. DISLIKES — Hull, Cohasset police, certain 
teachers, English with Mrs. S., Howard Cosell, Spanish, 
New York Yankees. REMEMBERS MOST — Ski trips of 
79, parties at Dave Murphy's house, the bathroom at 
Dave Murphy's house, class parties, varsitv baseball team. 
WANTS TO FOBGET MOST - History with Mr. Har- 
per, September of '79. SECRET DESIRE — To under- 
stand E-MCX AMBITION — To remain sane for the next 
10 years. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Paul Plante. Phil 
Drago, John Ayer. FAVORITE HANGOUT — Beach. 

FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "What the " PET 

PEEVE — Little brothers. PRIZED POSSESSION — My 
skis, my life + my sanity. CAUSE OF DEATH — Low 
level radiation poisoning' WOBST HORBOB SHOW — 
The bathroom on the bus of ski trips in '79. ACTIVITIES 
— Co-Captain Varsity Baseball. Basketball. Skiing, Golf. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Ace fighter pilot in 
the United States Air Force. LEAVING THOUGHTS — 
Upon leaving the glorious institution of Cohasset High 
School, I would justlike to say thanks for the memories. 





WILLARD STANLEY TAYLOR, JR. 
"Bill" 

"A little house well filled, a little field well tilled, 
and a little wife well willed are great riches." 
LIKES — Family, Deb, sports, William Lawrence, 
water skiing, Cat Stevens, basketball, soft rock, 
contacts, blizzards, James Bond, weasel. DIS- 
LIKES — Homework, SATs, foreign languages, 
being told what to do, Physics, poor losers, argu- 
ments, Sundays, selfish people. REMEMBERS 
MOST — Martha's Vineyard, summer of '79, a 
night in the Netherlands, hundreth point, ride 
home from Colby, the cove, 9/22/79. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST — Bunher, SATs, Spanish, 
Fresh. Football, 7/28/79. SECRET DESIRE — 
To find a case of CC. AMBITION — To do some- 
thing that no one has ever done before. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH — Short people. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Yacht Club. PET PEEVE - Peo- 
ple who onlv care about themselves. PRIZED 
POSSESSION — A horse named Mr. Ed. CAUSE 
OF DEATH — Parachuting without a parachute. 
ACTIVITIES - Basketball 1-4 Capt, Track 1-4. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Raising curly- 
headed kids. 



GEOFFREY WILLIAM THAYER 
"Geoff' 

"I like the dreams of the future better than the history 
of the past." LIKES — Good times with good friends, 
Cohasset, the valley, quick cars, snow, being able to 
do the things I like to do, skiing, people from West 
Corner. DISLIKES — Being a sucker for beautiful 

firls, Samoset Apts., being broke. REMEMBERS 
lOST — Mark, Tagen and Sundance, J. S., mv first, 
skiing with Scott and Fred. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST — J. S., Martha's Vineyard '79. SECRET 
DESIRE — To get into a car that Scott is driving and 
feel safe. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Fred, Scott and 
the crew. FAVORITE HANGOUT - The Bench. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "WOW!" PET 
PEEVE — Fred's driving ability. PRIZED POSSES- 
SION - My little brown box. CAUSE OF DEATH - 
Too many of Bob's bongs. WORST HORROR SHOW 
— C.S. ACTIVITIES — Football and Basketball. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - Good times. 




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MICHAEL W.THORNTON 
"Mike" "Blulo" 

it s not si/c cit the dog i» the light. It's the size of the 
Fight in the dog." LIKES Saturdays, Fridays, football, 

skint)', winter, Florida, easy summers, Bud T.'s; vacations, 

\ttit.isli. Friday practices, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd, 
nines Brothers, s.u Night Live DISLIKES Gas short- 
age^ being l>mke, empties, Mondays, Gullies, bad nights, 
accidents, dubs. REMEMBERS most J. Ceils, the 

bathroom. Iinlk mobile. llojo's, the pirate ship. Attitash, 
Bines brothers at Mtitash. bed Jac kets. Dave and bn, 
cassette burnings, M I T eafe. WANTS TO FOK(;KT 
MOST - K. St.. L.R. M.V. 79 Bead. St. SKCRET 
DESIRE — Become an Ace and nib out Communism in 
underdeveloped nations AMBITION — To become 
filthy rich and ski year round in the Alps. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH The greenshirts. FAVORITE HANG 
OUT - Hulkmobile. FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
Don't patronize me!!! PFT PEEVE — Bornar's laugh. 
PRIZE!) POSSESSION - Hulk mobile. CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Back seat driving. WORST HORROR 
SHOW - K. St. and the rest of the week. ACTIVITIES 
- Football 1-4, Golf 3, 4, Green Shirts. TWENTY 
YEARS FROM NOW - Rear Admiral in charge of 
( AT over the Med. LEAVING THOUGHTS - It's 
raining out! 





RECHELLE MARIE TOWNSEND 
"Shelly" 

"Either I will find a way or make one." LIKES — 
Sports, people, hugs, friendships, love, freedom, 
messy bedrooms, fuzzy animals, holiday, roses, 
rainbows, 'chinkin', M.G.A. DISLIKES — Death, 
hospitals, getting yelled at, saying good-bye, 
"S.S.D." REMEMBERS MOST - "Get them out 
of the house." Florida, "M.T.A.W." Ba's, Deer- 
field Fair, summers in Chelmsford, S.W.A.T. 
maneuvers, mopey "79," "T.E. weekend 77," B- 
ball camp, Blizzard 78, bi-centennial 76. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST - That °!%@! bun!!, a cer- 
tain curve. SECRET DESIRE — To be like my 
Mom. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Hanet, Cam, 
Brownie, Fro, and other weirdos. PET PEEVE — 
Curfews. PRIZED POSSESSION — Nike. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — "Oscar woop Boom Boom 
quack." ACTIVITIES - Softball Varsity 8th 
grade, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2-4, Rousers, 2, Powder 
Puff 4. 




PHILIP TRASK 

"Hey You!" 

"Everything under the sun 
is in tune, but the sun is 
eclipsed by the moon . . ." 

LIKES — The Who, rock, jazz, classical, 6t, "girls 
. . . they're all over this world . . ." rain, sleeping, 
Bergo, Canna, Bridga, pondaism, community, the 
"vegitative stage," and OBELISK & NIDGET. 
DISLIKES — Dissonance, augmenteds, disco, 
diminished, long rehearsals, and uranium isotopes. 
REMEMBERS MOST — My walk to Betelgeuse. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - The beginning, 
the end, and all in between. SECRET DESIRE — 
Conquer Niagara Falls (feet-first). AMBITION — 
To graduate from high school. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — That look in his eye. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT — The gallows. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — "So it goes . . ." PET PEEVE — 
Commoners. PRIZED POSSESSION — My san- 
ity. CAUSE OF DEATH — Overdose of reality 
.. .. ACTIVITIES — Music 1, 2, 3. TWENTY 
YEARS FROM NOW - Multi million $ crooked 
lawyer with a world controlling computer corpora- 
tion owned by OBELISK. 





PHILIP ANDREW TYE 
"Phil" "Limey" "Stiff" 

"Hungover, red eyed, dog-tired, satisfied — it's a 
long road and a little wheel and it takes a lot of 
turns to get there — thank you damn it." — Char- 
lie Daniels. LIKES — England, Southern Rock, 
Debbie, Guinness, running, Dannan, Rugs Runny, 
Foot Loose and Fancv Free, The Rlockheads. DIS- 
LIKES — Disco, bad knees, Peugots, serious sen- 
iors, A.P. Rlues, C.T.'s. REMEMBERS MOST — 
12/1/76, 12/12/77, England '79, Haverford, Fish 
Fry I and II, White's Classics, Chuck Mangione, 
Reade's Rave, late night hospital runs, Rig Rig, 
Class Party '79. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - 
B. cereus, Duxbury, safety in numbers, interrup- 
tions. SECRET DESIRE — Lone Ranger Rides 
Again. USUALLY SEEN WITH — Lace, T-Fish, 
Rooter, Limev, Pointdexter, Zobes, Pear, Tonv, 
and Ruds. FAVORITE EXPRESSION — "Oh 
what a tangled web we weave . . ." CAUSE OF 
DEATH - Not waking up again. ACTIVITIES - 
Track 1-4 (Capt.), Soccer 1-4 (Capt.), Fish-Fry 3-4 
(Vice Pres.), Jazz-rock 2-4, SAB 4. 




INDIA LAWANA TURNER 
"Wannie (Miss Mop)" 

"The eternal God is thy refuge and underneath are 
the everlasting arms." LUCES — All of God's cre- 
ations, running. DISLIKES — Waking up at 5:30 
A.M. SECRET DESIRE - If I told you it would 
no longer be a secret. AMRITION — To do God's 
will. USUALLY SEEN WITH - My shadow. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - I'm serious. PET 
PEEVE — "Runny noses." PRIZED POSSES- 
SION — My gold medal. CAUSE OF DEATH - 
None, I'm gonna be in the rapture. ACTIVITIES 

— Pres. of Third World Society, Track, Senior 
Chorus, Student Council, Class Play. TWENTY 
YEARS FROM NOW — I hope to be in heaven. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS - Learn to enjoy life to 
the very micro-second. FAVORITE MEMORIES 

— Doss, track "77", W.A.F.M., all of my sisters, 
"C.H.," St. Kitts, "P.T.L. 79." 




DAVID LEE TURNER 
"Dave" 

"I'm searching for a light in the darkness of insan- 
ity." LIKES — The Folks, the TAT, super six, A- 
4K, "A," Dorf, eating, vegen, Zeppelin and Floyd, 
ICBM's, S. Diego, diving, Naval Aviation, 12 gaug- 
ing. DISLIKES — Petrol shortages, asked about 
the ghost, empties, flashing blues. REMEMRERS 
MOST — 2/21/78, San Diego 77-79, my year, 
vegen with Rri and Mike, trie bathroom, "K 
Street," Pirate ship^ cassette burnings, J. Giels, 
Holo's '79, Rlues Brothers at Attitash, Florida. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Black Monday 
and the week that followed. Uncle Sam's. 
SECRET DESIRE — Apocolvpse Now. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH - The Green Shirts. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT — Hulk Mobile. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - I'll eat it. PET 
PEEVE - Iranians. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
My subscription. CAUSE OF DEATH — Shirts. 
TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Vice Admiral 
in charge of 6th fleet. LEAVING THOUGHTS — 
I love the smell of the morning. 




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RONALD ROBERT WHITE 

"Ronny" "Whitey" "Booter" 

"It is only with the heart that one can see rightly, what is 
essential is invisible to the eye." LIKES — J. C., Linus, 
water-skiing, sailing, my family, # 10, B. F., roadtrips, the 
Deans, Sandy Cove, soccer, Spiderman, the Sheehys, 
bionics, ski trips. DISLIKES — Tuna fish, rumors, moodi- 
ness, liver, losing, fake enthusiasm, curfews, A. P. English 
papers, SAT's, cigars at 5:00 AM. REMEMBERS MOST 

— Beatlemania, Midnight Express, Haverford, the shack, 
Le Car, the watermelon. Bear s classic maneuvers, certain 
bets with Lorraine, Chunky, leave of absence, Skippies, 
Cross Country, Digger. WANTS TO FORCET MOST - 
Le Car, Three mistakes, embarrassing situations, three- 
fold, "stud." USUALLY SEEN WITH - The Fish Fry. 
PRIZED POSSESSION - Weasel. CAUSE OF DEATH 

- Backing up. WORST HORROR SHOW - The 
garage, hockey '78, interruptions, the big mistake. 
ACTIVITIES - Soccer 2-4, Tennis 1-4 (Capt.), Class 
Vice President 1, 3, Class President 4, Student Council 
Treasurer 4. 




ANDREW QUINCY WHITE 
"Android" 

"You shall never know the answer if you do not 
ask the question." LIKES — Parties, skiing, New 
Hampshire, winter. DISLIKES — The day after, 
prudes, fake people, certain sophomores. 
REMEMBERS MOST — Forgetting, summer of 
76, Feb. vac. 79, oooh-nooo. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST — Groping, certain parties, summer 
of 76. SECRET DESIRE - Double Mobius flip 
skiing. AMBITION — Be taller. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION - "No Droblem." PRIZED POS- 
SESSION - Skis. CAUSE OF DEATH - Icy 
landing. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - Ex- 
professional skier. LEAVING THOUGHTS - 
Was it really that bad? DEEPEST THOUGHT - 
Well. 




JULIE ELIZABETH VIDA 
'Jules" 

"It is not how much we have but how much we enjoy that 
makes happiness." LIKES — Dolphins, the ocean, 
Hawaii, chasing seagulls, flex, Alt. School, Dons, Nise, 
Jazz, S. + D., + R. R., Jacques Cousteau's philosophy, 
summer living, the sun, "Saturday Night Live, ' traveling, 
good tunes, CAS, AAF, good concerts, Minda. Rocky 
Beach. DISLIKES — High school, conformity, disco. 
Nukes, pollution, big feet, pushy people, close minded- 
ness, scoopy guys, Cohasset's High School parties, the 
"rave" at Sandy Beach. REMEMBERS MOST - The 
Party, the cruise, Mrs. Whittemore's love, midnight 
express from N.E. Aquarium, N.E. Aquarium, Atlantic 
Aquarium, my trip to Hawaii, swimming with dolphins, 
unforgettable times with my 3 best friends. WANTS TO 
FORCET MOST - The witch, high school, living at 
home. AMBITION — To do something about this crazy 
place we live in. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Bonnie, 
Donna, Denise. FAVORITE HANCOUT - Waikiki 
Beach. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - What the hell! 
PRIZED POSSESSION - My ring. CAUSE OF DEATH 
- Listening to the witch. TWENTY YEARS FROM 
NOW - Living in Hawaii. LEA VI NO THOUCHTS - 
I'm going for it! 




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LINDA MARIE WHITLOW 

"Waba" "Witty" 

"Take your time think a lot; think of all the things 
you've got. For you will still be here tomorrow, 
but your dreams may not." LIKES — The family. 
Heath bars, sailing, mail, veal parm, laughter, fall, 
Mom's cooking, Cohasset, "FOOD," Bk LK, HP, 
Camaro, Boston, football, snowstorms, quiet 
nights, Big Brother Doug. DISLIKES — FH, 
Nixon, liver, gym, getting up on cold mornings, 
Payton Place, Dieting. REMEMBERS MOST — I. 
T. concert, road trips, cabinetts, dancing school, 
EW&F, AMV, "ROSSES," The Circus, Ruth, N.J., 
first day of school 5th grade (LaSue), Cherry Dog, 
the Duster, street hockey, tennis at 5, the girls' 
room. WANTS TO FORGET MOST — Tiger. 
SECRET DESIRE — To beat "MF" at a game of 
golf. USUALLY SEEN WITH - LaSue, Bruzza, 
and my bathroom buddies. FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION — "Really, No Joke." PET PEEVE — 
Weeding. PRIZED POSSESSION - Paddington. 
CAUSE OF DEATH - Laughter. ACTIVITIES 
- Field Hockey 2-4 (Capt.), Softball 1, 2, Golf 3, 
4, Rousers, Health Careers, Powder Puff 3, 4. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS — You may do foolish 
things, but do them with enthusiasm. 





VALERIE JEANNE WHITNEY 





CHRISTOPHER ALAN WILLIAMS 
"Citris" "Wolfram" 

"Ad perfectionem pervenire solum nisum est." 
LIKES — German opera, Mahler, Sibelius, Plau- 
tus, Latin poetry, intensity. Hot Jazz. Ibsen manic- 
humour, philosophy, puns, and tne patridge in the 
pear tree. DISLIKES — Non-stoic anxieties, 
superfluity. REMEMBERS MOST — "Support! 
Support! Support!" and the Battisti perfection 
principle, six years of Latin Rave, Coleman. Perlo. 
and Smith. The Combo. F.G. Magumbv. Naglfar. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Thanksgiving 
'76, obscurity, past performance. Cohassetitis. 
SECRET DESIRE - To find Hvperspace. AMBI- 
TION - To sweep the Pulitzers. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH — A pile of books and a puzzled 
expression. FAVORITE HANGOUT - Cloud 23. 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Urnm." PET 
PEEVE - Cracked Reeds on toast. PRIZED 
POSSESSION - Morality. CAUSE OF DEATH 
- Stagnation. WORST HORROR SHOW - 
"Twilight over the petrie dish." ACTIVITIES — 
Band 1-4, Chorus 1-4, Jazz band 1-4. Barbershop 
2-4. District 1-4, All-state 3, 4, MYWE 3. SWE I- 
3, Math Team 4. Senior Play 1-4. 



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SHARON SOO PINO WONG 

"Where there is faith, there is love. Where there is 
love, there is peace. Where there is peace, there is 
Cod. Where there is God there is no need." 
LIKES — Friends, Mrs. Burns, sinking, Thomas, 
mellow music, family, God's family, traveling, 
camping, quiet moments, color blue, cute things, 
drawing, watching the sun rise, reading, my Bible, 
most classes, acting crazy. DISLIKES — Argu- 
ments, doing the laundry, sleepless nights, torn 
between decisions, last minute rush jobs. 
REMEMBERS MOST - 'The Grass Ain't Green 
On The Other Side," "The Me Nobody Knows," 
May 21, '78, Christmas Eve 77, TEEN ECBC, 
summer '73, Teen Conferences. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST - 2 hr. bus rides fourth term 
Junior year, most arguments. AMBITION — To 
be an architect. USUALLY SEEN WITH - 
Yoanna, India. FAVORITE HANGOUT — The 
club, "Branch," Mrs. Burns' office. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION - Take it as you like," "Oh 
well!" "YOU!" PRIZED POSSESSION - My 
Bible, guitar. CAUSE OF DEATH - Not enough 
sleep. WORST HORROR SHOW - Taking the 
AP history exam. ACTIVITIES — "Branch," 
Summertime Volleyball and B-ball, Chorus, Metco 
Student Council. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW 
— Heaven. 





LAURA LEE WRIGHT 

"Love is an emblem of eternity, it confounds all 
notion of time; effaces all memory of a beginning, 
all fear of end." LIKES — My family, David, 
friends, my pets, mint chocolate chip ice cream, 
clear days, vacations, meeting people, Deaches, big 
waves, smile, the country, new places, laughing, 
surprises, nursing home, lasagna, long walks, uni- 
que eyes, surfing, going to movies, Burt R., MV 
ram. DISLIKES — Roller coasters, rainy days, say- 
ing good-bye, Mexicana Airlines, fish, closed 
minds, waiting, not driving, alarm clocks, 
migraines. REMEMBERS MOST — Mexico 78, 
79, Prom 78, 79, morning at CC's 3/3/79, 3/24/ 
77, weekends at C.C., D.P., R.S., ski trip 77, the 
buddies, med-party, David in N. C, Wrightsville 
Beach, Pier, SHYC, frantic 6 in the sand, unex- 
pected swims, camping with Kissy, the dinner, 
Dallas Airport, Red Truck, double and triple 
dates. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Forgot- 
ten. AMBITION - Laura Lee, M.D. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH - D. G., Dee, Rain, C. C, Mary, L. 
O., L. O. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - ^Oh! 
That's my favorite." PET PEEVE — Loud TV's, 
PRIZED POSSESSION - My room. 






ARTURO GEORGE YARDE 
"Turo" "Arty" "Jimmy" 

"Have you ever been over a friend's house to eat 
and the food just ain't no good? I mean the macar- 
oni is soggy, the peas are mashed and the chicken 
tastes like wood. ' LIKES — Basketball, football, 
girls, and Saturday night. DISLIKES — School 
days, teachers who give a lot of homework. 
REMEMBERS MOST - 9th grade, 10th grade, 
11th grade, when I used to beat up Steven Baden. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Mrs. Burns. 
SECRET DESIRE — To be rich. AMBITION - 
To become a professional football player. USU- 
ALLY SEEN WITH — Steven Baden, Johnny 
Reese, Webster "Bullit" Roach. FAVORITE 
HANGOUT - Side of the new gym. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — "Clicks." PET PEEVE - 
Marie Miller. PRIZED POSSESSION - Girls. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — Too much homework. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - Exorcist. ACTIVI- 
TIES — Basketball, Football, Soccer. 



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GEORGE DOUGLAS YEAGER 
I "Doug" 

I "Get Psyched!!" LIKES - J. T., S. H., motorcy- 
| cles, my motobecane, woodworking, skating on a 
big pond, pepperoni pizza with very, very few 
mushrooms, K.F.T.K., Gil Soctt Heron "On a race- 
i track in France," P.E., "money," "Dam this traffic 
jam," raving. DISLIKES — Veggin' out, jocks who 
j think they're bad, the Audi screwin' up, and flat 
1 tires on my bicycle. REMEMBERS MOST — My 
first and last day of nursery school; what a way to 
start. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - A certain 
night. SECRET DESIRE — t,g,l,i,m,w,b,o. AMBI- 
TION — To lead a life of fun and luxury. FAVOR- 
ITE HANGOUT - By the keg. FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION — "It's not the size of the pencil 
j that counts it's how vou sign your name." PRIZED 
I POSSESSION — "Mind/bodv, and spirit." 
CAUSE OF DEATH — Doing trie wild dive out 
of a tall building when I know I'm going to die 
anyway. WORST HORROR SHOW — 3 to 1 at 
; Lydon. ACTIVITIES — Trying to play hockev, 
partying. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW — Just 
I got married and will soon start a family, very 
wealthy. LEAVING THOUGHTS — If you want 
I something, grab it bv the balls and don't let it get 
j away. OTHER — ria, Ha, give me those, Sniggy. 
"I DID IT!" 





CLARK N. YOUNG HI 
"Skip" 

"Little friends may prove great friends." — Aesop. 
LIKES — My family, summers at Martha's Vine- 
yard, lobster, Stones, Led Zeppelin, Red Sox, 
Bruins, Pats, Saturday Night Live, weekends. DIS- 
LIKES — Hull, rainy days, disco, homework, final 
exams, haircuts. REMEMBERS MOST - Class 
party 6/18/79, Florida 12/23-31/77, Summer of 
79. WANTS TO FORGET MOST - Class partv 
6/18/79, Audlev Harper, World History'. 
SECRET DESIRE - To be 6'5", 250 lbs. and 
plav pro football. AMBITION — To go to Scot- 
land. USUALLY SEEN WITH - Stock, Goobs. 
Scub, Jumbo. FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "I'm 
'outta here." PET PEEVE — Disagreeable peo- 
ple. PRIZED POSSESSION - My wallet. 
CAUSE OF DEATH — Overweight.' WORST 
HORROR SHOW - Marching band, J.V. Soccer. 
ACTIVITIES — Soccer 1-3, Track 1, 2, Band 1-4, 
Jazz Rock 2-4, Class Play 4. 





RICHARD J. YOUNG 
"Rich" 

"You can dream, but vou can never go back the way you 
came." J. Browne. LHCES — My family. Mimi + Papa, 
hockey, Linus, home games, ravioli, a good laugh, Yes. 
"The Party Room," Firebirds, writing, T-shirts, Yaz. 
hockey, cheerleaders. DISLIKES — Being lied to. Sunday 
nights, Bosox chocking, winter, R. Jackson, homework, 
backstabbers. REMEMBERS MOST - Smith's cellar. 
Yes '79, Scott's parties, the buddies, C. Smith's screwdri- 
vers, fish legs. Burt Bacharach's party, frosties. buddy ini- 
tiation, Broav, the comedy team, Mr. Kite's class. B.T.. 
Act I, Hey Cats! WANTS TO FORGET MOST — '77 
dubs, Middleboro, summer '79, a certain party '79. fence 
punching, Holbrook bus '76. surrounding towns. 
SECRET DESIRE - To plav lead guitar. AMBITION - 
To marry and live middle class. USUALLY SEEN WITH 
— Scott. Randv. Big Chuck, Brownie. Lace, T-Fish. 
Davev Bov. FAVORITE HANGOUT - The Tovota. 
PET PEEVE - Sharp Blades. PRIZED POSSESSION - 
My Italian heritage. CAUSE OF DEATH — Hibernation. 
WORST HORROR SHOW - Main. ACTIVITIES - 
Football 1-4. Hockev 1-5, Baseball I, 2. 4. Powder Puff 
Cheerleading 1. 2, Class Rep. 3, "The Boyfriend," Rous- 
ers. Camp Wing 1. TWENTY YEARS FROM NOW - 
Booking CZAR at the fabulous fox theatre. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS - Yuh. Yuh. Yuh. abeeteebateehou! 



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HEATHER MAY BRIGGS 

"Happy is the man that findeth wisdom, and the 
man that getteth understanding." Proverbs 3:13. 
LIKES — Softball, track and field, horseback rid- 
ing, snow skiing, ice skating, animals. DISLIKES 

— Moving and unpacking. REMEMBERS MOST 

— My travels between 1977 and 1979. SECRET 
DESIRE — To become a famous equestrian. 
AMBITION — To own a horse breeding farm. 
FAVORITE HANGOUT — "Reed's Beach." 
FAVORITE EXPRESSION - "Such is life." PET 
PEEVE — The strange noises that are made in the 
new study hall. PRIZED POSSESSION — My dog 
Baron. WORST HORROR SHOW - April 9, 
1978 — My donkeys were killed while I was living 
overseas. LEAVING THOUGHTS — Good luck 
to the future graduating classes! 



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YOANNA MARIA ZOTOS 
"Yo" "YoZo" 

"Do not conform yourselves to the standards of 
this world, but let God transform you inwardly by 
a complete change of your mind." Romans 12:2. 
LIKES — Relationship w/God, family and 
friends, individuality, New England, skating, 
music, dance, singing, sewing, camping, nature, 
beaches, cool breezes, guitar, giving to others, 
meeting people, silence. DISLIKES — Immoral- 
ity, laziness, abuse of anything, persistence, curs- 
ing, egotists. REMEMBERS MOST — traveling, 
talks w/Mom and Mr. Signorelli, retreats, last min- 
utes essays, Kathy M., S.S.M.C. and staff (es. R. W. 
and E. M.). SECRET DESIRE — Champion fig- 
ure skater. AMBITION — To constantly live my 
life according to God's will. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH — Sharon or my book bag. CAUSE OF 
DEATH — Too much macaroni. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW — Five toilets out of order. ACTIVI- 
TIES — Class Play 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Newspaper 
4, Powderpuff 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 3, (Capt.) 4 
(Coach), National Honor Society 3, 4, Student 
Council 1, Lit. Mag. 3, Basketball 8th Gr., Chorus 
4, Camp Wing 1. LEAVING THOUGHTS — I 
must leave CHS this year, but CHS will never 
leave me. 




DAVID HART ZOBEL 

"Zobes" "F.G. Magumby" "B. W." "Dave the 
Rave" 

"Don't arrange to have me sent to no asylum; I'm 
just as sane as anyone — it's just a game I play for 
fun." — Supertramp. LIKES — The thinking 
man's thinking machine, Calif., BCN, Spanish, git- 
fiddles, comedy, Mother's others, X-C, Tull, Sky- 
nyrd. Superstar, pressure (but not too much), 
Gorey, Asimov, purple, #23. DISLIKES — 
Alphabetical order, all-nighters, my worse idiosyn- 
cracies, Disco!, Army life. REMEMBERS MOST 

— 4, 23, Pay Phone Productions, Gong Shows, 
where's Zobel?? Hank, exchange concerts, Doo- 
Dad High, prommin'. WANTS TO FORGET | 
MOST — "Aboard, about, above . . .," marching • 
band, bacteria after hours, WWOW, love life, get- 
ting busted, briefcase brigade. SECRET DESIRE 

— To become totally serious for five mintues. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH - Czar, Bo, Trakses. 
PET PEEVE - The faithless. CAUSE OF 
DEATH — Magnum force yogart explosion. 
NOTED FOR — Selectively permeable memory. 
ACTIVITIES — Cross Country 1-4 (Co-Capt.), 
Track 1, 2, 4; Band 1-4; Jazz Ensemble 3, 4, Pit 
Band 3, 4, Newspaper 3, 4, Yearbook 4. 




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What if . . . 



. .Cathy Sage came to school 
. . Craig Langford got seasick 
. . Scott Bebbow broke both legs 
. . Paul Plante could'nt draw 
. . Lauren O'Conner didn't plav tennis 
. . Scott Murphey weighed more than 
94.5 lbs. 

. . Michele Fahey skipped a class 
. . Scott Mackinnon could lift weights 
. . Peter Coletta didn't have an accent 
. . Cari Golden was original 
. . David McCarthy hated newspapers 
. . Cathy Polito got most bashful 
. . Skip Young could control math class 
. . Dave Turner was a preppie commu- 
nist 

. . Lvnn O'Toole didn't get the hiccups 
. . Phil Tye wasn t a stiff 
. . Susan Meyers went to homeroom 
. . Erin O'Brien didn't start the soccer 
team 

. . Bon White crumbled under pressure 
. . Mary Howley broke her curling iron 
. . Geoff Thayer didn't strut 
. . Wendy O'Neill didn't get grounded 
. . Karen Beynolds wasn't accident 
prone 

{im McCarthy hated basketball 
inda Whidow was a "WABA" 
. . Debbie Jancsics never had locker- 
room ed. 

. . Arturo Yarde couldn't speak Spanish 

. . Bob Healy hated to draw 

. . Marie Miller wasn't the bathroom 

shadow 
. . Bob Gunville wasn't a star 
. . Ann Parziale was an only child 
. . Mike Lessner wanted to stay in 

Cohasset 

. . Joe McCullough could lose a rank 
session 

. . James O'Brien knew what a lens was 
. . Shelly Townsend didn't have a 
moped 

. . Jen Schramn didn't know where 
KISS 108 was 
. . Mike Kearnev didn't have freckles 
. . Julie Vida knew what was going on 
. . Barbara Sinopoli didn't worry 
. . Alexandra Mullen didn't like to read 
. . Yvonne Porter wore the same 
clothes 
. . David Zobel was brilliant 
. . Chris Williams wasn't so dramatic 
. . Nancy Laue ever got hyper 
. . Carol Conway lost all of her eye- 
lashes 

. . Doug Yeager wasn't cute 

. . Bill Taylor didn't like free spiriting 

. . Bonnie McClay lost all her crayons 

. . Andrew White was unsociable 

. . Chris Delaney couldn't rave 

. . Mary Frugoli found time 

. . Mark Hines wasn't communist 

. . Mark Silvia lived in Cohasset 

. . Jill Bosano had a loud voice 



. . . Karen Smith didn't always have a tis- 
sue 

. . . Bonnie Stover hated gymnastics 
. . . Bich Young wasn't so serious about 
sports 

. . . India Turner lost her spikes 

. . . Sharon Wong was Irish 

. . . Andrew Boebuck wasn't a squiggly 

. . . Bich Barrows talked 

. . . Bayna Sargent could see over the 

steeringwheel 
. . . Peggy Atkinson disliked horses 
. . . Lenore Cossart lived in one place 
. . . John Lag was Italian 
. . . Bruce Maynard didn't like Sarah 
. . . John Bellefontaine was normallv 

chatty 

. . . Carol Stover was 6'2" 
. . . Valerie Whitney had a full Schedule 
. . . Mike Thornton was a driving 
instructor 

. . . Ellen McCarthy didn't have two 
older brothers 

. . . Gina Caruso didn't have a six cylin- 
der 

. . . Jim Sullivan was a townie 
. . . Nick Spinzola didn't have a deep 
voice 

. . . Lisa O'Toole didn't always talk 

about diets 
. . . Kristen Cahill hated nursing homes 
. . . Nils Gjestby went back to Norway 
. . . Carl Ganderborn couldn't under- 
stand English 
. . . Ed Bear had no hands 
. . . Charlie Coe wanted to be a ballet 
dancer 

. . . Jack Maclean wasn't so sweet 
. . . Kerry Salvador didn't know where 
BOS was 

. . . John Aver spelled his name Avers 
. . . Steve Baden didn't hangout around 
the gym 

. . . Tom McMahon had a decent sense 
of humor 

. . . Laura Lee Wright didn't like Davids 
. . . Doug Dillon didn't have his own car 
. . . Yoanna Zotos wasn't so efficient 
. . . Bernie Caughey knew what a STOP 
sign was 

. . . David Curelli wasn't a shrimp 
. . . Jodi Sandblom didn't have a spastic- 
laugh 

. . . Crystal Ponitz hated Punk 

. . . Peter and Phil Drago were called by 

their own names 
. . . David O'Connell wasn't a clam 
. . . Lance Norris was unbelievable 
. . . Leslie Carroll did not babvsit 
. . . Paul Stoekbridge wasn't a cop's son 
. . . Kevin C rough had bow legs 
. . . Gina Froio staved on her own side of 

the road 

. . . Jim Branagan wasn't a goober 
. . . Bill Duffy called himself Michael 
. . . Mariclare Patrolia wasn't a Patrolia 



. . . Balph Froio was available 
. . . Scott Muir didn't have the thunder- 
bird 

. . . Ed Figuerido hated lobster 
. . . Fred Espinosa hated Mr. Bill 
. . . Susan Pratt was off-key 
. . . Mike Farwell could dance like 
Dickie 

. . . Gregg Daggett didn't have a mous- 
tache 

. . . Susan Buckley lost all her sketchpads 
. . . Jay McNeill could play football 
. . . Mark Goff obeyed the law 
. . . Annette Fagone didn't get every- 
thing 

. . . Heather Fairchild didn't like sheep 
. . . Martin Patrolia graduated 
. . . Disa Pratt didn't walk like a duck 
. . . Karen Casey could stop laughing 
. . . Jen Hubbard could walk in nigh 
heels 

. . . Kelly Condon didn't work at Curtis 
. . . Frank Mahoney had a truck of one 
color 

. . . Pat Gallagher bought his own 
. . . Steve Daniels hated music 
. . . Bob Beale didn't have blue eyes and 
bubbles 

. . . Liane Emmons didn't giggle 

. . . Heather Carroll got laryngvtis 

. . . Bavmond Brown liked girls 

. . . Meri Fink got stagefright 

. . . Allen Ferreira didn't hang around 

the lunchroom 
. . . Heidi Chase didn't always smile 
. . . Steve Anderson didn't make signs 
. . . Debbie DiNardo had straight hair 
. . . Kathv Scully reached 100 lbs. 
. . . Heather Briggs stayed in Arabia 
. . . Liz Crowley didn't eat 3 lunches a 

dav 

. . . Kelly Palimeri wasn't a welly 

. . . Marvbeth Fasciano knew where the 

drugstore is 
. . . Scott Catrambone didn't have red 

hair 

. . . Sandy Dalrymple could keep her 

eyes open 
. . . Vickv Fox was the last of the Foxes 
. . . Lisa O'Toole didn't talk about diets 
. . . Matt Brown was a dove 
. . . Lorraine Carroll wore matching 

socks 

. . . Linda Curlev wasn't called Bones 
. . . Dede Dolan associated 
. . . Janet England got her license 
. . . Alicia Gurnis didn't always have a 
cold 

. . . Chris Hanlon wasn't adorable 
. . . Ellen Hanlon couldn't find the 
beach 

. . . Ann Marie Oilman wasn't friendly 

. . . the Junior girls knew how to play 
Powderpuff 



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Rotary Club Field Hockev 
JANET ENGLAND 



Rotary Club Soccer 
CRAIG LANGFORD 



Rotary Club Cross Country 
SCOTT BENBOW 



Awards 




Rotarv Club Soccer 
ERIN O'BRIEN 



Rotary Club Cross Country 
LESLIE CARROLL 



Rotary Club Football 
JAY McNEILL 




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Homecoming 




Christine Hanlon Wendy O'Neill Lianne Emmons Liz Crowley 




The Royal Couple 




The Homecoming Court 



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The girls left their cars . . . and the crowds closed in . . . the 
anticipation rose . . . finally they announce our Queen for 1979 

CHRISTINE HANLON! 




Powderpuff 



SENIOR COACHES 
Mr. Chatterton 

The Seniors paraded up to the field . . . the Juniors looked on jr^ons 
in dismay . . . the captains of both teams met on the fifty-yard 
line . . . the Juniors kicked off to the Seniors . . . 




. Seniors Skinned 
The Goats 
30-0! 




Jr. class homecoming queen 



JUNIOR CAPTAINS 

Lindsay Gilmore 
Pam Johnson 
Heidi Brown 




You're going the wrong way! 




It's over girls 



Pictures by Mr. Flynn 



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Mrs. Alcott 
Ms. Babaian 
Mrs. Bates 
Ms. Beatson 



Mr. Beveridge 
Mrs. Bingham 
Mr. Bouchard 
Mrs. Bowen 



Ms. Brady 
Mr. Brennan 
Mrs. Brennock 
Mrs. Burbank 



Mrs. Burns 
Mr. Chatterton 
Mr. Cisneros 
Ms. Coultrip 



Mrs. Cronin 
Mr. Davis 
Ms. Deignan 
Mr. Dunn 



Mrs. Ely 
Mr. Emmons 
Mr. Erbe 
Mr. Federico 



Mr. Flynn 
Mr. Fortin 
Mr. Franey 
Mrs. Gillis 



Mr. Gilmartin 
Mrs. Glover 
Ms. Godfrey 
Mr. Gohl 



Mr. Graebner 
Ms. Gray 
Mrs. Grayken 
Mr. Hogan 



Mrs. Holmes 
Mr. Hughes 
Mr. Hyde 
Mr. Jones 




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Mrs. Meagher Mr. Mika Mr. Montuori Mr. Mundhenk Mr. Narkiewicz 



Underclass Officers 



Class of 1981 Class of 1982 Class of 1983 




Jane Higgins Missy Barcomb Ann Marie Lagrotteria 

SECRETARY SECRETARY SECRETARY 



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Row 1 : J. Setchen, S. 
Seavey, K. Zaslow, T. 
Stanford, J. Watt, D. 
Young, J. Burke. Row 2: 
L. Ward, J. Siskin, C. 
Vivian, K. Walker, A. 
Wilson, J. Staunton, V. 
Spooner, J. Staunton, D. 
Stover, D. Thayer, M. 
Walsh. 



Row 1: M. Nash, M. O'Leary, C. Lord, K. Moore, K. McColluf, K. Munroe, T. Keating. Row 2: M. Kelly, W. Langmaid, S. Hell, M. Maho- 
ney, M. Lahive, W. Hayes, C. Knox. 






Row 1: S. Ermson, K. O'Brien, J. Rejan, R. O'Rourke, S. Patrolia, A. Jaggats. Row 2: J. Nedrow, K. O'Brien, M. Sceery, E. Reilly, S. Russell, J. Packard, P. 
O'Leary, K. Pompeo, D. Potolicchio. 



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Class of 1985 





Row 1: K. Smart, D. Young, Row 2: 
W. White, S. Scott, D. Schleicher, 
C. Smith, W. Stover. Row 3: P. 
Sheppard, L. Wilson, H. Silvia, W. 
SestitO, J. Spalt. Row 4: K. Trainor. 





Row 1: E. Candela, L. Bardwell, L. 
Carbone, N. Atkinson, J. Baccari. 
Row 2: J. Bailey, K. Branagan, J. 
Barret, S. Barret, J. Atkinson, J. 
Carlson, K. Beale, R. Sargent. Row 
3: J. Bradley, N. Beddows, D. Bar- 
comb, R. Brown, D. Burgess, M. 
Basmajian, C. Brady, C. Barrett, S. 
Aikens. 



Row 1: G. Reed, E. Perroncello, R. 
Piepenbrink, R. Salvador, T. 
O'Connor, S. Perry, L. Pearce. Row 
2: F. Standford, K. Wittet, T. 
Moore, J. Hanlon, R. Sargent, N. 
Donahue, J. Ralff, K. Beale, C. 
Lagrotteria, J. Plante, S. Trask, D. 
Mullen. Row 3: M. Murray, J. 
O'Connell, J. Rooney, J. Richards, 
S. O'Toole, B. Ramsey, S. Roebuck, 
D. Ormiston, B. Sargent, D. Rice. 




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Row 1: K. Collins, J. Deveney, M. 
Curley, H. Chapin, K. Corbett, S. 
Ciciotte. Row 2: J. Dickerman, K. 
Duffy, T. Ciciotte, N. Donahue, G. 
Davis, J. Drago, T. Curran, J. Cor- 
caran. Row 3: S. Collins, P. Caruso, 
D. Drake, M. Cunning, J. D'Ono- 
frio, R. DeCosta. 





Row 1: D. Kenney, T. Kareher, S. 
Gallagher, P. Harris, J. Humphreys, 
K. Hallum, R. Jones. Row 2: J. Hoo- 
geveen, M. Kearney, C. Kuhn, J. 
Hoffman, K. Hobbs, M. Haggar. 
Row 3: D. Heintz, G. Flanagan, J. 
Hanlon, T. Geary, C. Humphreys, 
M. Fasciano. 



n 

ST 



H 
CO 



Row 1: M. McNeill, S. McMahnon, J. 
MacNeill. Row 2: P. Maynard, L. Mer- 
curio, E. McGuire, M. Neallo, P. Litch- 
field, P. Messner. Row 3: M. 
McCullough, J. Mastrobuono, M. 
Laitta, P. McGee, T. Lessner, R. Lynch, 
R. McDevitt, R. Lovering. Row 4: N. 
White, P. Mantz, P. Leonard, R. 
McCarthy, J. Lydon, G. McLaughlin. 




8<? 



How I: J. Kuhn, E. Glasfeld, P. Igo 
Kow 2: W. Hayes, K. Kubik, K. Gruber 
M. Kclley, E. Koch. Row 3: D. Herbert 
J. Keegan, P. Johnson, M. Gnnville 
How -1: S. Hobson, K. Kendrick, M 
Graham. 





o & c 



Row 1: B. Mullaney, S. Lavange. Row 2: K. 
McGrath, J. Morrissey, E. Mullen, N. Kuntz, 
A. Laue, A. O'Brien, P. Marsh. Row 3: J. Lau- 
gelle, A. Lagrotteria, C. Mahoney, P. Messner, 
M. Maurer, A. O'Connell, D. O'Brien. Row 4: 
M. Lantz, C. Mack, B. Mullaney, G. Martin, R. 
Evans, R. Meers, T. O'Brien, S. O'Connor. 



Row 1: M. Charlton, A. Clapp, J. Burke, S. 
Arnold, J. Adams. Row 2: E. Ciciotte, D. 
Beamon, M. Buckley, M. Caughey, D. Bar- 
row. Bow 3: D. Anderson, D. Bowen, J. 
Casey, M. Brown, S. Collins. 



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Row 1: M. Rabstjnek, J. Pratt, D. Pix- 
ley, D. Scott. Row 2: L. Powers, K. 
Ralff, S. Sargent, P. Oddi, J. Sharpe. 
Row 3: D. O'Neill, M. McDonald, P. 
Riley, J. Santini, J. Seavey. Row 4: L. 
Pierotti, W. Riley, A. Scott, J. Palimeri. 



of '83 



Row 1: P. Faison, J. Fone, S. Douglas, H. Con- 
ley. Row 2: C. Delaney, K. Ekberg, C. Cotter, 
J. Fox, E. Glasfeld, T. Finegan, C. Davis. Row 
3: T. Grough, W. Davenport, W. Cuff, D. 
Fahey.J. Giles, H. Foell. 





Row 1: C. Zwicker, T. Wright, D. Thornton, S. 
Whitney. Row 2: L. Stover, K. Vallas, L. 
Tinory, L. Steele, R. Whitney, C. Young, L. 
Tehranian. Row 3: C. Winn, j. Wirth, J. Wal- 
lace, T. Turner, P. Winn. 




Row 1: S. Froio, D. Hollis, S. Fairchild, K. Froio, L. Hines, D. Gunville. Row 2: T. Figuieredo, 
K. Goff, J. Durant, D. Gonsalves, H. Grant, K. Howley. Row 3: S. Giles, R. Howard, J. Gruber, 
D. Harrington, M. Durant, R. Duncombe, R. Farren. 




Row 1: S. Keating, G. Lucas, A. Murphy, K. Moore, L. Keene. Row 2: D. Lattive, A. Marks, J. 
Leonard, D. MacKinnon, J. McNeil. Row 3: K. Karcher, K. Ingemi, C. Hoy, J. Lindsley, E. Mur- 
phy, B. Kennedy. 



Row.l: S. Barrett, S. Barrow, K. Ainslie, A. Humphreys. S. Bird, H. Brown. Row 2: J. Becker, 
M. Barcomb, A. Bear, A. Abbruzzese, T. Birmann, L. Cahill, T. Esposito, C. Adams. Row 3: S. 
Arnold, T. Atkinson, D. Campedelli, J. Benbow, M. Brady, P. Buckley. 




Class 



Row 1: L. Thornton, S. Roebuck, G. 
Smart, L. Stobart. Row 2: J. Robbins, K. 
Smalzel, S. Winn, C. Tinory, B. Wilson. 
Row 3: K. Ross, A. Shooshan, J. Whe- 
lan, S. Saleski, J. White, M. Wilkin, G. 
Salerno, R. Russell, C. Stockbritlge, C. 
Warn pole. 



Row 1: J. Antoine, L. Collins, E. Booth, 
C. Bliss, H. Brown. Row 2: B. Birmann, 
M. Bulger, A. Ayer, C. Beamon, P. 
Boughnight. Row 3: L. Durkin, C. Bon- 
nar, K. Bursk, J. Carroll, L. Alemian, H. 
Clinton. 




*% 3> 




Row 1: G. DeVito, K. 
Ferreira, E. Goggin, 
E. DeGirolamo, E. 
Durant, C. Grant, S. 
Goodwin, K. Failan- 
ger, M. Lessner. Row 
2: T. Diab, K. Crow- 
ley, T. Fiori, L. Dur- 
kin, D. Chisholm. 



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of '81 



Row 1: H. Pietrowski, K. Lipsett. Row 
2: A. Marsh, M. Polito, M. Neelon, C. 
O'Brien. M. Morse. Row 3: J. Muir, R. 
O'Brien, B. McAdams, S. Mastrobuono, 
K. Ralff. Row 4: B. Lynch, G. Ormi- 
ston, J. Lyons, M. Packard, K. Patrolia. 




A 



mm 



'■4 



mm 




Row 1: L. Kurtz, J. Hoy, E. Lantz. 
B. Gumis, T. Langford. Row 2: D. 
Ladrigan, B. Henderson, C. Hallo- 
ran, L. Gilmore, B. Hobson. Row 3: 
A. Kearney, W. Henry, A. Latson. 
A. Hobson, C. Hallum. J. Higgins. 
Row 4: J. Lyons, G. Ormiston, J. 
Hernan, W. Mack, S. Cesario. 



Row 2: P. Duffy, M. 
Glasfeld, L. Marchesi, S. 
Roebuck. Row 3: C. 
Beamon, B. Whittemore, 
S. Fernalld, S. DeCruz, 
D. Duncombe, P. Dor- 
mitzer, L. Collins, S. 
Goodwin. 



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Come to see, victory in a land called fantasy, loving life, for you 

and me to behold, to your soul is ecstacy 
You will find, other kind, that has been in search of you many 

lives has brought you to, recognize it's your life now in 

review — 

And, as you stay, for the play, fantasy has in store for you a 

glowing light will see you Through — 
It's your day, shining day — all your dreams come true. 
As you glide, in your stride with the wind as you fly away give a 

smile from your lips, and say — 
I am free, Yes I'm free now I'm on my way. 



Maurice White 
Eddie delBarrio 
Verdine White 




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FALL SPORTS 



Cross Country 



7f 




Coach O Neil 

Captains Benlxm ami Kearney 




( loae 

Captains McNeill and Young 



Girls Soccer 




Coach Brennan 

Captains O'Brian and Johnson 



The Boys ( toss ( iountry Team finished with u very impressive record of 6 wins^B 

•losses. By beating every team in the South Shore League except MiddleborolH 
Duxbury, the boys posted a well respec ted third behind two of die state's besLtearm 
•♦Jew training techniques imposed by Coach O Neil and a group of dedicated runner 

led to this winning season. S 






ecord in their 1979 



e Varsity Football Team finished with a 2 
This team met a new coach and a new feeling of pride and enthusiasm during this 
son. Certainly, their record does not reflect the dedication and the patience of tht 
Cohasset Football Team. Good luck to Coach Leone and the football squad of 1980 

R.Y. 





The School Committee approved the request for a girls soccer team in the Spring o 
1979. Soon, Girls Soccer was on its way! Forty-six girls tried out and split into Varsit) 
and J.V. teams coached by Mr. Brennan and Miss Keenan. The team lacked experience 
but the amount of spirit and enthusiasm made up for it. Captains Erin, Sandy, Lor 
raine, and Heidi wish the team the best of luck in the future. E.O.B. 



Field Hockey 




Coach Newhall 
Captains Whitlow and Brown 



Boys Socce r 




Coach Mundhenk 
Captains Langford and Tve 





Captains Golden and McCool 
Captains Esposito and Moore 



The 1979 Varsity Field Hockey record does not reflect on the team's spirit, enthusi 
asm, and dedication. Led by Captains Linda Whitlow and Heidi Brown, with the All 
Star cast of Ellen McCarthy and Janet England, the outlook for the team was optimis 
tic. Although a chain of defeats hung over their heads throughout the season, the tean 
was not discouraged and proved their ability bv tving undefeated Duxbury. Good luc 
to the Field Hockey Team of 1980. L.W. 




The Varsity Soccer's record of 5-4-3 reflects the injury prone season that the te 
had. Coach Mundhenk moved up from the J.V. team to guide the varsity team to a w 
ning season. The team hacr^Menty of depth and should be very successful in the years 

come. C.L. p 



This 



ITS t< 



year the cheering squads began with two new coaches, Mrs. McCool and Mrs 
Fichtner. Varsity Football, with Captains C. Golden and S. McCool and Varsity Socce 
with Captains K. Moore and T. Esposito had great seasons. The two squads had lot 
fun cheering CHS on to their many victories. 




Cross Country 



BOYS' VARSITY 

First Row: J. Replogle, C. Gandeborn, D. McCarthy, M. Kearney, S. Benbow, N. Gjesteby, M. Glasfeld. Second Row: H. Foell, C. Tebbets, S. Bowen. 
M. Ellis, C. McNabb, P. Johnson, M. Brown, Coach O'Neil. 



Junior High Cross Country 




GIRLS' VARSITY JUNIOR HIGH 

First Row: K. Smith, L. Carroll, A. O'Brien. Second Row: M. Mahoney, First Row: M. Mahoney, Coach O'Neil, W. Langmaid. 2nd Row: E. 

Coach O'Neil, I. Turner. Missing: M. Barcomb, S. Seavey. Karcher, S. O'Connor, T. Chatterton. Missing: S. Patrolia, E. Anderson, 

J. Reed, P. O'Leary. 



Seniors 




Football 













H * A v 




pirn 





I 1 



- > 



t , \ 



VARSITY 

First Row: P. McGee, P. Riley, P. Mahoney. Second Row: B. Duffy, C. Coe, B. Gunville, J. McCullough, J. McNeill, R. Young, L. Norris, M. Thornton, M. Brown, D 
Turner. Third Row: Coach Anderson, M. Froio, T. Libby, A. Yarde, S. Ayer, J. Lyons, J. Kelleher, J. MacLean, J. Yeomans, D. Chapman, B. Fessler, B. Howorth, M. Polito 
M. Donahue, Coach Leone. Fourth Row: M. Jones, P. Ccnlan, J. McNeill, R. Whelan, J. Becker, K. Dooley, B. Donahue, P. Buckley, J. Price, B. Spung, S. Buckley, T • 
Stanford. Missing: Coach Von Ewe. 




FRESHMAN 

First Row: D. Barcomb, L. Wilson, M. Curley, M. McNeill, R. Evans, J. Mahoney, J. O'Connell, T. Turner, P. Broderick, G. Hatch, C. Mahoney. Second 
Row: R. Best, P. Caruso, B. Meers, B. Cuff, G. Martin, T. O'Brien, P. Riley, J. Santini, C. Humphreys. Missing: Coach Keenan, L. Young, J. Silvia. 



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Seniors 




Dave Turner 



Matt Brown 



Jack Mac Lean 



Varsity Girls Soccer 




First Row: H. Clinton, L. Alemian, S. Dalrymple, L. Carroll, E. O'Brien, P. Johnson, H. Chase, B. Gurnis, C. Hallum. Second Row: A. Duncombe, V. Keane, S. 
Dalrymple, E. DiGirolamo, K. Smalzel, Coach Brennan, D. Chisholm, B. Wilson, M. O'Brien, M. Shea, M. Buckley, J. DiGirolamo. 



Junior Varsity Girls Soccer 




First Row: J. Alemian, K. Wilkin, A. O'Connell, J. Fox, H. Grant, T. Birman, M. Kelly, T. Pompeo, J. Chisholm. Second Row: S. Muir, G. Ralff, C. Ralff, K. Wittet. 
C. Lucas, Coach Keenan, C. Lord, K. O'Brien, A. Palimeri, J. N'edrow, K. O'Brien. 



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Seniors 




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Field 






VARSITY 

First Row: K. Cahill, A. Kearney, A. Rear, H. Rrown, L. Whitlow, K. Lipsett, S. Cook, J. England. Second Row: T. Diab, A. Abbruzzese, A. Featherston 
R. Whitlow, R. Farren, L. Gilmore, L. Curley, A. Gurnis, H. Fairchild, K. Froio, Coach Newhall. Missing: E. McCarthy. 



Hockey 




Seniors 




Boys Soccer 




VARSITY 

First Row: B. Duncombe, S. Dinofrio, J. Leonard, M. Nedrow, P. Drago, D. Curelli, G. Ricketts, D. Duncombe. Second Row: D. Bowen, D. Brown, P. Duffy, J. 
Hoy, J. Whelan, E. Booth, M. Packard, K. Ralff, P. Tye, R. White, C. Langford, T. Langford, J. Muir, Coach Mundhenk. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 

First Row: R. McCarthy, J. Hoffman, S. Roebuck, D. Rice, J. O'Neil, S. Duncombe, M. Conley, J. D'Onofrio. Second Row: D. Mantz, P. Leonard, 
S. Besse, C. Deignan, R. Burganhime, D. O'Connell, R. Harrington, T. Ryan, J. Lindsley, MISSING Coach Willbanks. 



Ill 



Seniors 




Cheering 




FOOTBALL 

First Row: D. Landrigan, K. Ferreria, D. Igo, J. Smith. Second Row: C. Golden, K. Salvador, M. Curelli, J. Robbins, S. McCool. 




SOCCER 

First Row: M. Roy, C. Bonner. Second Row: T. Esposito, K. Moore, K. Howley, S. Goodwin, L. Cahill, MISSING: K. Murphy. 



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WINTER SPORTS 



Hocke 




( loach MacDennotl 
Captains Dillon and MrCidlough 

Boys Bas] 

Coach Hogan 

Captains McCarthy, Goff and Taylor 




■ 



Girls Basketball 



^TOch Brennan 
, Captains Sandblom and 



•OKI 




Coach Hayes 

Captains England and Durkin 



Cheering 




Captains Hallum and Conway 
Captains McCool and Igo 



Plagued with a slow start, several untimely injuries and strained coach-player rela 
tionships, the Varsity Hockey Team never really got off the ground. Dropping 1 goa 
games to Hull, E.B., Abington, the Skippers missed going to the State Tournament b; 
one point. But this year's team leaves behind an awesome group of Freshmen ant 

Sophomores who should carry Cohasset Hockey for years to come. R.Y. 




The Boys Basketball Team, with a record of 8-2 after the first half of the season, wa 
looking forward to a state tourney berth. But, things soon fell apart and the team fin 
ished with a 12-8 record. Leaving seniors this year art; S. Baden, J. O'Brien, J 

McCarthy, M. Goff, and B. Taylor. B.T. 



Despite a new coach, 4 returning starters and a very talented bench, the Girls Var 
sity Basketball Team could only manage a 4-12 record. Although the Skippers lost a 
few close games, they showed their talent l>y beating Dux bury in their last game. Thf 
team, which loses Co-captains McCarthy and J. Sandblom, L. Carroll and J. Rosano 

leaves behind a group of enthusiastic underclassmen. Loomas 1, 2, and 4 and Goor 
wish them the best of luck next year. J.S 




The Wrestling Team's record does not reflect the work that was put into the season 
This year's team was a very young team with four first year wrestlers on the starting 
squad. For the first time, Cohasset was represented in the State Tourney by T. Swee 
ney who placed eleventh in his weight class. Coach Leone is building a team which 
should be hi«jhlv respected in the years to come. C.L 



This y 
placed se 





year s UjWhastics 1 earn, wnicn was comp 
cond overall in the league with a record of 8 
^^irkin, th 

dominate tb 



► 

prised i 
S-3. Led 



e team did an outstanding job against 
e league in years to come. J.E. 



mainly of underclassmen 
by co-captains J. Englanc 
'^defeated Hanover and 




The Varsity Sd^fts were led % C. Conway and C. Hallum for Hockey; S. Mr 
and D. Igo for Basketball. Special thanks to Mrs. Fichtner and Mrs. (Bubbles) McCool 
and their # 1 chape rone, Mrs. Ditmar, for all their time and patience throughout the 
season. It's been a great year and on behalf of the Seniors — It's been a PARTY!!! 



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Hockey 




VARSITY 

1st Row: B. Hollis, R. Young, J. McNeill, M. Brown, D. Dillon, J. McCullough, D. Yeager, J. Ayer, D. O'Connell, M. Jones. 2nd Row: S. Cumin, D. Bowen, B. Salvador, J. 
Becker, J. McNeill, S. Ripley, A. Pottenger, D. Campadelli, G. Ormiston, C. Julian, M. Nedrow, S. Bowen, R. Evans, J. Casey, D. O'Neill. 





JUNIOR VARSITY 

1st Row: D. Ormistan, D. Campbell, R. Conley, L. Campadelli, B. Myers, L. Wilson, J. Hoffman, J. Drago. 2nd Row: M. Brown, P. Sheppard, R. 
Salvador, J. Barrett, P. Harris, D. Bowen, S. Curran, S. Bowen. 



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Boys Basketball 




VARSITY 

1st Row: J. McCarthy, M. Goff, B. Taylor. 2nd Row: S. Baden, G. Raffa, J. O'Brien, P. Duffy, D. Brown, K. Goff, K. Ross, B. Kurtz, Coach 
Hogan. 




JUNIOR 
VARSITY 



1st Row 



B. Tis 

C. Deign an 
K. Dooley 
J. Leonard 

2nd Row 

S. D'Onofrio 
B. Donahue 
J. Lyons 
T. O'Brien 
K. Goff 
Coach Jones 



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Girls' Basketball 





JUNIOR VARSITY 

First Row: G. Raressi, P. Johnson, D. Gunville, E. DiGirolomo, M. Mahoney, S. Froio. Second Row: Coach Fox, M. O'Rrien, R. Wilson, A. 
O'Rrien, S. O'Rourke, L. Sandblom, S. Dalrymple, S. McAdams. 



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Girls' 



Basketball 




Basketball 




FRESHMAN BOYS 



First Row: T. Wigmore, C. Tibbets, M. Gunville, C. O'Brien, J. Maloney, D. 
Anderson, D. Fahey. Bottom Bow: T. Crough, L. Hoogeveen, S. Collins. L. 
Wallace, T. O'Brien, D. Tiblx'ts, P. Riley, M. Lance. Missing: Coach Infisino. 




FRESHMAN GIRLS 



First Row: C. Davis, T. Pompeo, M. Buckley. K. Wilden, D. Pixley, M. Kelly, N. 
Kuntz, A. O'Brien, K. Clinton. Bottom Bow: E. Glasfeld, B. Kehoe, J. Grant, D. 
Pixley, J. Fox, E. Glasfeld, S. Keane, D. Scott. Missing: Coach Tewksbury. 




EIGHTH GRADE BOYS 

First Row: D. MacDonald, B. Bamsey, S. Boebuck, P. Caruso, D. Drake, D. 
Barcomb, P. Leonard, S. McMahon. Bottom Bow: C. Kultrivides, M. Basma- 
jain, J. Mastrabuono, D. Bice, Coach Davis, P. Bernstein, J. Bradley, J. Dono- 
frio, C. Brady. 




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EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS 

First Bow: J. Ayer, T. Fitzpatrick, M. Meallo, T. Moore, N. Donahue. J 
man, N. Atkinson, J. Chisholm. Missing: S. Muir. Bottom Row: K. O'bri 
Palimeri, K. O'Brien, J. Dickennan, Coach Brady, J. Nedrow, T. Keati 
DiTullio, J. DiGilolamo, L. Mercurio. 



Wrestling 




First Row: T. Langford, J. Hernan, J. MacLean, C. Langford, P. Stockbridge, G. Thayer, D. Duncombe. Second Row: P. Hobson, T. 
Sweeney, D. MacKinnon, R. Bergenheim, M. Ellis, J. Price, G. Ricketts. Third Row: J. Brown, J. Humphreys, M. Buckley, P. Igo, K. Swee- 
ney, Coach Leone. 




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Wrestling 




JACK MacLEAN PAUL STOCKBRIDGE 



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Gymnastics 




1st Row: J. England, L. Diirkin. 2nd Row: R. Sargent, M. Corkery, K. Eckberg, M. White, M. Brown, A. Lagrotteria, K. Duffy, K. Whitet. 3rd 
Row: J. Sechen, J. Baccari, Coach Hayes, C. Bonner, Assistant Coach Noble, N. Walls, J. Carlson. 



Senior 




JANET ENGLAND 




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Cheering 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 



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C. Scully, E. Ciciotte, K. Howley, S. McCool, D. Igo, M. Curelli, J. Robbins, T. Esposito, K. Moore. 



SENIORS 




AWARDS 

FOOTBALL: 

Best Lineman — David Turner 
Best Back — Bob Gunville 
Unsung Hero — Richie Young 
Most Improved — Bill Duffy 
Most Valuable Player — Jay McNeill 
MVP Thanksgiving — Timmy Libby 



BOOSTERS (Fall): 

Boys Cross Country — Scott Benbow 
Girls Cross Country — Leslie Carroll 
Football — Bob Gunville 
Girls Soccer — Erin O'Brien 
Field Hockey — Janet England 
Boys Soccer — Craig Langford 



BOOSTERS (Winter): 

Hockey — Bob Yeagher 
Boys Basketball — Billy Kurtz 
Girls Basketball — Jill Rosano 
Wrestling — Torin Sweeney 
Gymnastics — Janet England 



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LYNN OTOOLE 
President 



MR. DI 

Advisor 



DOUG DILLON 
Vice-President 




Row 1: R. White, D. Dillin, Mr. Di, L. O'Toole, P. Johnson. Row 2: R. Sargent, D. Curelli, H. Clinton, J. 
Ayer, G. White, I. Turner, P. Tye, D. Brown, S. Saleski, L. Hines, B. Tis, S. D'Onofrio, J. Price. Row 3: M. 
Barcomb, M. Gunville, M. Ralff, P. Broderck, J. Maloney, D. Gunville, M. Mahoney, J. McNeil, K. Smalzel, 
A. Broeffle. 



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RONNY WHITE 
Treasurer 



PAM JOHNSON 
Secretary 



S. Baden, R. Best, P. Boulcnight, D. Burgess, P. 
Faison, K. Freeman, D. Gonsalves, K. Griffith, 
A. Latson, J. Lewis, M. Miller, V. Pixlev, D. 
Piley, Y. Porter, J. Reese, W. Roach, S. Scott, I. 
Turner, K. Walker, J. Wallace, S. Wong, A. 
Yarde, D. Scott 



Student Advisory 
Student Advisory Board Council 




Third World Society 




Rousers Club 




M. McNabb, M. Ellis, P. Tye, R. Tis, D. McCarthy, P. Walsh, D. Bird, H. Carroll, C. Gandebom 

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Barbershop Quartet 




Barbershop Chorus 




Row 1: S OToole, L. Young, M. Laitta, P. Dormitzer, R. Rest. Row 2: K. Rreitkruez, C. William 
D. Reynolds, T. Jones. 



Senior High Chorus 




B. Birman, H. Brown, L. Gilmore, P. Johnson, C. 
O'Toole, (;. Smith, I. Turner, A. Urmson, S. Wong, K. 
Young, H. Briggs, H. Carroll, M. Fahey, D. Pixley, S. 
Pratt, Y. Zotos, P. Dormitzer, M. Laitta, L. Young, D. 
Reynolds, C. Williams, J. Yeomans 



L. Carbone, A. Donavan, J. Egan, K. Griffith, P. Litchfield, D. 
Osborne, J. Packard, N. Donahue, C. Siskin, C. Siskin. 



Junior High Select Singers 





C. Arnold, J. Ayer, S. Barrett, L. Bradley, E. Colwil 
L. Carbone, A. Donovan, J. Egan, K. Fisher, M. Ga 
lagher, S. Gallagher, K. Griffith, M. Kearney, D. K< 
ney, P. Litchfield, C. Lord, K. McAulif, S. Muil, 
Osborne, J. Packard, S. Seavey, M. Bierd, A. Buckle 
E. Candela, N. Donahue, G. Flanagan, J. Hamilto 

D. Heintz, M. Kelley, B. Meers, T. Moore, K. Obrie | 
J. Ryan, S. Scott, G. Siskin, C. Siskin, L. Smith, I 
Thayer, K. Zaslow 



Junior High Chorus 



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Drama Club 




Future Nurses Club 




S. Roebuck, C. Stover, L. Wright, Mrs. Marshall G. Golden, D. Igo, L. 
Whitlow, D. Jansix, M. Bolger, J. Rosano, A. Parziale. A. Geatherston. L. 
Carrol, B. Sinnopoli. D. Pratt. Not Present: President — Kristen Cahill 



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S. Daniels, S. Young, P. Dormitzer, M. Birman, J. Keegan, P. Winn, J. Giles, S. Cunning, A. Patrolia, D. Reynolds, S. 
Collins, P. Trask, T. Durant, M. Gruber, S. Hobson, S. Collins, M. Fahy, C. Williams, L. Kurtz, C. Bonnar, S. Young, 
L. Gruber, B. Hobson, S. Pratt, C. Bliss, J. Higgins, A. Featherstone, C. Obrien, N. Kuntz, B. McGuire, A. Shooshan, 
G. Martin, T. Finegan, P. McGee, J. Antoine, A. Mullen, P. Atkinson, L. Collins, G. Hobson, S. Goodwin, M. Bolger, 
S. Trask, P. Messner, P. Messner, A. Bulger, L. Howard, D. Reed, K. Young, P. Stanford, D. Young 




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Media Center 




P. Dormitzer, B. Linsley, S. Ormiston, P. McGee, M. 
Crowley 



Student Aides 




, — i 

Mrs. Bingham, Mrs. Woomer, K. Crowley, A. Lord, E. Lance, H. Petrowski, D. N'eelon, G. Westerhoff 

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D. McCarthy, P. Walsh, B. Bonnar, S. Winn, M. Rever, A. White, L. Atkinson, C. Grant, A. Whitley, G. Smith, 
Price, G. Hobson, T. Durant, M. Wilkin, S. Saleski, M. Neelon, J. Higgins, C. Wampole, J. Yeomans, W. Henry, 
Buckley, C. O'Brien, M. EUis, B. Tis, J. Antoine, D. Zobel 




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Honor Society 




H. Carroll, M. Fahey, B. Duffy, J. Ayer, P. Drago. 



Alternative School Letters 




TYPICAL MEETING 

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Class Will 



Bill Taylor leaves . . . with Lawrence J. Hoogeveen following iti his footsteps 

Janet England leaves , . . the ownership of the girls' room to Heidi in hopes that 
the high quality of service be continued 

Sharon Wong leaves . . . Mr. Davis the question "What's wongwHh you?" 

India Turner leaves . . . her spike prints on the track so that future toddlers can 
follow in her strides 

Linda Whitlow leaves . . . Sarah and Doug a night to remember 

Karen Smith leaves ... a lx>x of Kleenex 

Bay Brown leaves . . . the Alt school happy 

Mariclare Patrolia leaves . . . Kevin and Ann to Mr. Chatterton 

Dave Zobel leaves ... his body to (nuclear) science, with thanks 

Andy White leaves . . . Ms. Tribeman to be the Four "F's" 

Yoanna Zotos leaves . . . Mr. Kite all her English papers to Ix; bound for a best- 
seller 

Mike Thornton leaves ... his driving record for all the Jr. Green Shirts to 
uphold 

Bonnie Stover leaves . . . the Girl's Boom to Darla 
Skip Young leaves . . . with pleasure 

Heather Garroll leaves . . . Mr. Walsh a deluxe ed. of Emily Post's "Etiquette" 

with a complimentary chuckle 
Balph Froio leaves ... 18 demerits. Ha Ha Mr. Di 
Carol Stover leaves ... for a good time 

Disa Pratt leaves . . . coed gym to girls who don't mind being pushed around 
Heather Briggs leaves ... my autographed French Book to my favorite teacher, 

Monsieur Fortin 
Jill Rosano leaves . . . the bad times looking forward to the good 
Cathy Polito leaves . . . without a complaint 
Kathy Scully leaves . . . very happy to go 
Lisa O'Toole leaves . . . Mr. Di with a hug and a kiss 
Wendy O'Neill leaves ... a can of shaving cream to Buttons 
John Bellefontaine leaves . . .Harry unforgotten in the yearbook 
Andy Boebuck leaves ... a broken down truck in the parking lot 
Jim O'Brien leaves ... a warm bench for Mr. Hogan 

Erin O'Brien leaves . . . Mr. Mundhenk a window with curtains made by Ann 
Ann Parziale leaves . . . Mr. Davis on a leash so no one will steal him away 
Leslie Carroll . . . running down Norfolk 

Meri Fink leaves. . . thus ending a great era and leaving only Stuart to carry on 

the dying tradition 
Phil Tye leaves ... a well red person 

Sue Pratt leaves ... a new carpet and all my notes to my little brother Geech 
John Ayer leaves ... all future Latin Students Tom's designated rave day 
Annette Fagone leaves . . . with a ring on her finger and bells on her toes 
Bob Healy leaves ... all memories of Cohasset High to Skinny L.'S hardware 

(except one or two) 
Lynn O'Toole leaves . . . Mr. Thompson a years supply of ring dings 
Linda Curley leaves . . . her bones for next years anatomy class 
Jodi Sandblom leaves . . . thinking of all the things I shouldn't have done but 

glad I did 

Michelle Fahey leaves . . . the overture till the last minute 
Peggy Atkinson leaves . . . the coming attraction — 5 more Atkinsons to go 
Mike Lessner leaves . . . memories of to Timmy and Cris and Dana 
Chris Williams leaves . . . The Besidue to Ted, Philip, Renz and other poor sur- 
vivors 

Jen Hubbard leaves ... to boldly go where no woman has gone before 
Marybeth Fasciano leaves ... for General Hospital 

Lorraine Carroll leaves . . . Chris Hallum as many orange popsicles as she can 
handle 

Barbara Sinopoli leaves . . . my mother in the kitchen 

Rayna Sargent leaves . . . Carol and Mary 25<t for a package of CCC 

Charlie Coe leaves . . . Wensink dead in the back seat 



Bob Gunville leaves . . . not knowing where he's been 
Tom McMalton leaves ... it to Beaver 
Bill Duffy leaves . . . homeroom 

Scott MacKinnon leaves . . . my B.A. to my brother Don 

Alicia Gurnis leaves . . . Karen right wing all to herself 

Cari Golden leaves . . . Mrs. Bowen KKX) excuses for being tardy 

Deb Jancsics leaves . . . her curls to Little Orphan Annie 

Steve Daniels leaves . . . Cohasset to start a new life in a different dimension 

Gina Froio leaves . . . my faults to Ix: forgotten and my goals to be fulfilled 

Nils Gjesteby leaves . . . making his point 

Heather Fairchild leaves . . . my Physics class. Thank God! 

Craig Langford leaves ... a crusty athletic sock to any preppie! 

Dave McCarthy leaves ... his press pass to Caroline 

Karen Casey leaves . . . Martha's Vineyard on the next ferry 

Sue Buckley leaves . . . "Crazy Luke" with tears in his eyes and future Buckley 

to carry on . . . 
Sandy Dalrymple leaves ... a warm spot on the bench 
Nancy Laue leaves . . . Amy an empty seat at the Log 'n Line 
Mary Frugoli leaves ... in a hurry for bluer skies and greener pastures 
Debbie Dinardo leaves . . . Cohasset for bigger and better things 
Mike MacDonald leaves . . . behind a lot of headaches 
Bonnie McClay leaves ... a jar of fireflies to light the way for future students 
John Lagrotteria leaves . . . with five down and six to come 
Jay McNeill leaves . . . Scott Hurlburt the # 1 spot on Diamond's team 
Rich Young leaves . . . Mr. Kuntz Rodney's kicking game 
Frank Mahoney leaves . . . "Big Ed" and the hockey team for the second an< 

final time 

Mike Kearney leaves . . . the cross-country team to Ellis and McNabb 

Alexandra Mullen leaves . . . the radiators unoccupied 

Lance Norris leaves . . . the willows something to weep about 

Jim McCarthy leaves . . . wondering why his arm is two inches longer 

Deidre Dolan leaves . . . Mr. Reade a little more willpower 

Christine Hanlon leaves . . . the last of 8 

Mary Howley leaves . . . the other half of the empty box of entermisles 

Ellen McCarthy leaves ... for Middleboro with Mr. Davis, the long way 

David Turner leaves ... in search of the ever elusive St. Louis 

Carol Conway leaves . . . one half an empty box of entermisles 

Liane Emmons leaves . . . after finally serving her sentence 

Kristin Cahill leaves . . . with Lorraine Carroll on a frantic search for Rober 

Redford hoping for memorable moments 
Doug Dillon leaves . . . Memories of his Mercury Marquis all over town 
Lauren O'Connor leaves . . . taking the big plunge 
Phil Drago leaves ... all his spirit with Coach "Muddy" 
Paul Plante leaves ... in the green Hornet with two flats and no gas 
Phil Trask leaves . . . assorted phone booths and ice cream cones for the kids ii 

the car pool 

Ed Bear leaves . . . T.O. in the year of the Monorave 
Kerry Salvador leaves . . . CHS with a lot to be desired 
Christine DeUfhey leaves . . . one more "Duna" to go 
Kelly Palimeri leaves ... in Joe's car 

Fish Fies' leaves . . . Big, Big Whitney woods, and their place by the trash can 

for the next group of intense seniors 
Ron White leaves ... a 1980 yearbook edition to the Harbor Liquor Store 
Pat Gallagher leaves ... a lot happier 
Gina Caruso leaves . . . without a dismissal note 

Kevin Crough leaves . . . vegged-out in a car of fumes with the tune machin 
cranked 

Heidi Chase leaves . . . still with no money and Digger to Mr. MacDermott 

Matt Brown leaves ... a case for the Cohasset P.D. 

Scott Benbow leaves ... on an extended collegiate road-trip 



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MITCHELL'S REPAIR SHOP 

General Auto Repairing 
Wrecker Service 



ROUTE 3A 
COHASSET. MASS 



383 0497 



Good Luck Marybeth 

CUSHING PLAZA PHARMACY 

From All of Us 

Gene, Bob, Nancy, Maura Mea, Patty, Polly and 
Pally 



"We will always be ready 

to serve and to meet 

1 1 

you. 
TOWN PIZZA 



367 Gannett Road, North Scituate Village 
Tel. 545-6781 or 545-6782 

We Prepare Quality Food: 
Delicious Pizza — Hot & Cold Grinders 
Spaghetti Dinners & Our Special Salads 



Diamonds 
Towle Sterling 



Movado, Bulova 
Accutron Watches 




Compliments of 



ROBERT S. PAPE 



Cushing Plaza, Cohasset 
383-1755 



THE OAKS 
FARM 



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The Few . . . The Proud . . . The Green Shirts 



SARGE 
MADGE 
PUDGE 
BLUTO 





Compliments 
of 



ARTHUR ROEBUCK 
CATERERS INC. 



1 52 North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



SCITUATE HARBOR 

NORTH SCITUATE 



4 Barbers/Stylists 



383-9640 



PAT'S HAIRSTYLING BARBER 

1 1 7 Ripley Road • Cohasset, Mass. 02025 

Appt. or Walk in 
No. Appt. Sat. 
Hours: Monday Thru Friday — 8 to 5:45 Sat. 8-5:00 



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FISH FRY ASSOCIATION 

©4 OO 04 OA Q4 

COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND ORIGINAL FLOUNDERS OF ASSOCIATION: 



Lance "Cleofis" Norris 
Phil "Stiff" Tye 
Tom "T-Bone" McMahon 
Scott "Scott" Benbow 



OTHER LOYAL FRY MEMBERS: 



Edward "BadCat" Bear 

Nils "Pointdexter" Gjesteby 

Ronaldo "Booter" White 

Douglass "Move It or Lose It" Dillon 

Craig "Limey" Langford 

Dave "Just One Last Sip" Zobel 



Libations Officer and Father to All 
Head Chef and Toastmaster 
Cookie Chairman and Chorus Director 
• Entertainment Director and Chairman of the Bored 

The F.F.A. is a Non-Profit Organiz. 
and Makes This Point by Doing No 
Work of Good Services for the 
Benefit of Society. 

TYBM 





HONORABLE ASSOCIA TE TO THE FISH FR Y: 



David "Oh, my@$#%! head" Murphy 



FISH FRY PLEDGE: 



DEC 


JAN 


FEB 


Sommit 
Conference 
at 

Mt. Whitney 


Beach 

Inspection 

Month 


Nature 
Exped. 
Beaver 
Hunting 


MAR 


APRIL 


MAY 


Month 
of 

Rest 


Month of 
Recovery 
from 
Rest 


Time for Analy- 
sis of Both Rest 
and Recovery 
Periods 



I didn't, can't, and never will be a creepy M.&M.!! 



*F.F.A. Admits Fish of Any Race, Sex, Color, National and Ethnic Origin 
to All Rights Accorded Other Members. However, Matriculated Members are 
Assumed to Be of High Moral Standards and Do Not Drink (Skunk!) 



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a "Everything for the School" 


f T^boodlc 

unique gifts 
64 South Main Street 


JyiiflincoA 

BOB RIPLEY ' 
SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY 

57 PINE STREET CANTON. MASSACHUSETTS 02021 


PHONE (61 1) 828 I!,b0 


Cohasset, Massachusetts 02025 
(61 7) 383-9667 






the ouincy cooperative bank 

□ 


Tedeschi's Center, Route 3 A, Cohasset, Massachusetts 02025 

(617)383-6900 



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BEST WISHES TO THE 
Class of "80" 



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TARGET INDUSTRIES, 

INC -W 



MIKE ABBRUZZESE 



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ROGER PORTER 




sir ™ 



EUGENE K. PRICE 
REALTOR 




MARIE C. PRICE 
GENE K. PRICE 



Cohasset 

134 South Main Street 383-1790 
Member Plymouth County Board of Realtors 




Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To the Members of 
The Graduating Class of 
"80" 



SENATOR ALLAN R. 
MCKINNON 



Good Luck 
Class of 80 



COHASSET NEWS CO. 



I Stagecoach Way 
Cohasset, Mass. 



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AMERICAN 



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Presents Images 
The largest Full Service Salon 
on the South Shore! 



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Scientific skin care done by Linda Lee 
A licensed Aesthetician 



Gushing Plaza, Cohasset 




383-9697 

or 
383-9656 



REDKEN 



Best of Luck 
Class of "80" 

Tel. 6 1 7-383-9 1 1 6 Freeze Dried Trail Foods 

Lightweight Camping Specialists 
Expedition Outfitters 


HAPPINESS & SUCCESS 
to the 
Class of 1980 

J. MCNEILL, JR. 


STOW A WAY 


AbbUOIAI bo, IINO. 


SPORTS INDUSTRIES 
INC. 


Employee Benefits Consultant 


166 Cushing Highway (Rte. 3A) WILLIAM B. WHITE 
Cohasset, Mass. 02025 President 


Cohasset 


ELENA SESTITO 

FLORIST SHOPS, INC. 

AND 
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V W A // J 

| SPORTING GOODS | 


35 Station St. 749-2045 Route 3 A 383-1 966 
ningnam, Mass. UzU4j L-ohasset, Mass. vZUlo 


Complete Line of Athletic Footwear 
Custom Racquet Stringing 




Rte. 3A, Cohasset 
Mon.-Sat. 9-6, 383-6550 



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Best Wishes to the 
Class of "80" 

DOM & IDA FAGONE 



III 



PETERSEN 

Realtors & Insurance Agency 



Three Generations of Family Service Since 1898 

26 South Mam Street, Cohasset, Mass. 02025 

383-1900 



l»IAI 10R ( " 




STITCHES 

CREATIVE NEEDLEWORK 



3 Brook St. 



383- 1 358 




E*ON 




LEO'S EXXON SERVICE 



Phone 383-96 1 



Route 3A 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



FRANCIS J. MARKS, Proprietor 

"Best Wishes" 

MARKS SERVICE 
STATION 

383-0553 

I5I South Main Street, Cohasset, Mass. 



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CASEY & HAYES 



MOVERS 



BOSTON 




allied van unes international moving 




Best of Luck and 
Smooth Sailing to the 
Class of M 80" 




'CONWAY COUNTRY' 



Canton, 655 Washington St., 828-5290 Holbroolc, 35 N. Franklin St., 767-0666 

Cohasset, 861 Chief Justice Cushing Highway, 383-1800 Hingham, 292 Lincoln St., 749-1600 
Duxbury, I l6Tremont St., 934-6565 Marshfield, 2177 Ocean St., 837-2877 

Easton, 16 Belmont St., 238 1024 Milton, 62 Adams St., 698-3 100 

Hanover, 183 Columbia Rd., 826-3131 Plymouth, 14 Samoset St., 746-7500 

Hanson, 500 Liberty St., 293-9525 

COMMERCIAL DIVISIONS — Hanover, Route 53 & 1 39, 826-3 1 34 — Quincy, 773- 1 800 

OTHER OFFICES — E. Dennis, Falmouth, Hyannis, Sandwich, on Cape Cod and St. Petersburg Beach, Florida 



Scituate Harbor, 80 Front St., 545-4 1 00 
South Weymouth, 87 Pleasant St., 337-7770 
Whitman, 351 Bedfort St., 447-5571 
West Bridgewater, 234 W. Center St., 584-4700 
Wollaston, 253 Beale St., 479-1500 




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Professional Hair Care Center 
for Men and Women 



41 A South Main Street 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



383-9600 



Try Our Specialties 
Anyone Who Tastes Them Once Will 
Always Remember Them. 



THE COHASSET PIZZA HOUSE 



Do You Want Faster Service? 
Call 383-6262 
We Will Have It Ready for You. 



30 King St., Rt. 3A 



Cohasset, Mass. 



COHASSET MOTORS, INC. 



383-0450 



FORD 



693-4334 



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Chief Justice Cushing Way — Rte 3-A 
Sales and Service 
Shop the Big Lot 

The South Shore's "Station Wagon Headquarters" 



EDWARD M. FLEMING 

Hardware and Gifts 



24 Elm Street 
Cohasset 



Phone: 383-9088 



if -Affair 
UNISEX 



Route 3A 
Cohasset. Mass. 



LIDO TRAVEL, INC. 




Donald M. Flocke 



President 



Brigantine East 
Route 3A, Cohasset, Ma. 
383-1980 

Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 
Saturday 9:30 A.M.-5:00 P.M. 
Wednesday 9:30 A.M.- 1 2:00 
Evenings by Appointment 



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CROWN HOLDING 
CORPORATION 

CROWN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC 
CROWN ADMINISTRATORS INC. 



Francis S. Drago 
R. Joseph Sandblom 
Daniel P. Sheehy 



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Good Luck Seniors 

May Your Future Be 
Filled With Happiness. 




Pat Connolly 
Dodge Murphy 
Studios 



SPONSORS AND PATRONS 



SPONSORS 

John Ayer 

Yoanna M. Zotos 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hyde 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. O'Neill I 

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walsh 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. England 

"Nanu Nanu!" 

Christopher Alan Williams 

Ron Emmons 

Green Panther #3 

Mrs. Mildred Woomer 

Ann Marie McCarthy 

Polly Cook 

Randy E. Sargent 

Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Latta 

Fred and Jean Shannon 

John and Mary Staunton 

Mr. and Mrs. David Pottenger 

Ron and Mary Cowan 

Mr. and Mrs. Curelli 

Douglas, Courtney, Gregory 

Mr. Donald Kelly 

Mollie Gallagher 

Lisa Ferreira 

Richard Jones 

Jim Humphreys 

Mr. and Mrs. Cody 

Henry and Mary Brennock 

Gail and Richard Marshall 

Jack and Pat Bowen 

Linda Jorgensen 

Diane and Ken Saleski 

Al and Ena Flynn 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Davis 

Marilyn Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Saccone 

Carolyn Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard League 

The Moose and Moosettes 

Clare Brady 

Janet Willis 

Ellen McCarthy 

Carol Conway 

Dana Herbert 

"Pudge" 

Craig Langford 

Disa Pratt 

Karen Hobbs 

Trisha Geary 

Tammy Karcher 

Richard Jones 

Christopher Kuhn 

Joseph Hoffman 

Mark Fasciano 

Jennifer Egan 

Christine Hughes 

Diane Kenny 



PATRONS 

The Gallagher Family 

Professor and Mrs. John Zotos 

Mr. and Mrs. Adam McClay, Sr. 

Raymond and Diane Sargent 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. McCarthy 

"Saint" 

Dr. C. David Thompson 

Dr. Michael P. Equi 

Quentin and Irene Laue 

Joe and Carol Sandblom 

Fran and Fran Drago 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Turner 

Jack and Annette Casey 

Jim and Kay McNeill 

Maureen P. Alcott 

Mr. Stephen T. Graebener 

The MacDonald Family 

Krista and Laura Kuhn 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. McCarthy 

Bill and Dianne Taylor 

Notes 'N Quotes 

Cohasset Clippers 

Mr. and Mrs. Di 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson 
Mrs. Kealey 

Mr. and Mrs. John Golden 
Stuart and Esther Pratt 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wunschel 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Conway 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Howley 
Ryan Rosano 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Parziale 
Mr. and Mrs. William O'Brien 




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383-0100 




PRESCRIPTIONS PRICED COMPETITIVELY WITH THE ELDERLY IN MIND 
SAVINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 

COMPLETE MEDICARE SERVICE - HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS, CANES, CRUTCHES 
MEDEX III AND MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION BILLING SERVICE 
BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD FORMS PREPARED 
PUBLIC HEALTH STATION 
DRUG ABUSE INFORMATION FOR PARENTS 
PRESTIGE COSMETICS AND TOILETRIES -ELIZABETH ARDEN-REVLON ULTIMA II 
CHANEL #5 and #19 - SHAUMAR 
MEN'S DISTINCTIVE TOILETRIES - - KAN0N-BRAGGI-PIERRE CARDIN 
PANTENE HAIR PRODUCTS FOR MEN & WOMEN 
POLAROID AND KODAK FILM — CAMERA CENTER 
WATER PIK - ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSHES 
POPULAR ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 
FOUR REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOUR HEALTH NEEDS 

PRESCRIPTION SAYINGS 




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RESTAURANT 

617 383-1700, 





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AGAIN THIS YEAR RECIPIENT 
OF 3 NATIONAL AWARDS 
FOR DISTINCTIVE DINING 



Luncheon and Dinners 
Ocean view from every seat 
Five beautiful dining rooms 
While dining watch cruisingj| 
yachts and the lobster fleet 1 
Choose your own seafood from 
our indoor ocean pool . 
After Thdatre Special MenuISi 

Entertainment and. da ncing * 
nightly. Bk^ 



WEDDINGS • PARTIES • BANQUETS 
CLUB and BUSINESS GROUPS 



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Best Wishes to Each Member of the Class of 80 



FRANK EVANS CO. 

Quincy 



HAKBO^ Liquors 



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fine wines & beer for your soul 
fresh milk & bread for your body 
snacks & tonics 



97 Elm St., Cohasset Harbor 

Monday-Saturday 8-11 



V.. or M.nity's W.Tth Mitv Al 

jkfairiw^^/ Route 3A COHASSET 

at the Tedeschi 
Shopping Plaza 



Your Authorized 



ROAD SERVICE 



ARCO <> 



Robbins Garage 

Specializing In Ignition & Carburclwn and tumnku VunumHu^ Scnn 
fire Truing & Balancing 



WAYNE H. ROBBINS 

405 NORTH MAIN STREET COHASSET. MASSACHUSETTS 




Cohasset 
Cycle/Sports 




PEUGEOT MOPED DEALER 

on the South Shore 




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Fuji 



RALE/OH 



A COMPLETE LINE OF 
BICYCLES 
FOR THE FAMILY [^EEs] 




Sales • Rentals • Repairs 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 

113 Ripley Road Cohasset Village 



383-0707 



THE CORNER 




LIGHTHOUSE 








LOG N LINE 








feff SIS 


RESTAURANT 






383 9685 




19 Elm St. Cohasset 






383 6512 




Antiques 

Fine Selection of Lamps and Shades Fine Gifts for Everyone 


107 Riolev Road * Cohasset MA 02025 


Custom Shades 
Lamp and Shad 
Shade Classes 


for Every Occasion 

e Repair 

Open Daily 10-5 Sunday Noon-5 






9:00 A.M. to 1 1 :00 P.M. 383-9800 — 383-1 944 


iMobil) Tel. 74,3,24 

ABBADESSA'S 
SERVICE STATION 


COHASSET LIOUORS, 

Terry Logan, Proprietor 

Adjacent To Stop & Shop 
800 Route 3-A Cohasset 




Richard Abbadessa Jr. 
Route 228 and Rockland St. 
Hingham, Massachusetts 


Fine Wines, Beers and Liquors 

Largest Wine Inventory South of Boston 
S. S. Pierce Products 


COHASSET HARDWARE 


Best Wishes 
to the 
Class of 
"80" 




COMPANY 

Est. 1 857 


Full Line Wall Paper — Custom Paint Mixing by Guy 
Southard 

Wilson Sporting Goods — Telescope Summer Furniture 
383-0 1 85 Louis G. Watson Prop. 


HOMEROOM #15 



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5 Brook Street 
Co h asset 
383-1 198 




% CAROUSEL 



Open Daily 10 - 5 
383-6513 



Across from 
the Post Office 
Cohasset, Mass. 



6<Mty 

OF AlOMEs/^ 



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BEST WISHES 

to the 
Class of 1980 



Dean & HamiIton, Inc. 




18 Elm St. Cohasset 



383-6010 



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Compliments of 

Ronny White 
Class President 



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Air Conditioned 



383 1704 




The I 704 

THE RED LION INN 

Cohasset Village 
The tender, sizzling goodness of our Steaks, and Chops, the Fresh Flavour of 

our Native Seafoods are legend in these parts. 
Open daily year round from noon. 

A favorite stopover for Fine Food and hospitality since the days of the 
Boston Plymouth Stage Coach. 

Luncheons Served Daily 

Open Daily Noon 'Till I A.M. 

Visa Master Charge 

American Express 




TRUST COMPANY 



17 Convenient Offices: Rockland • Rockland Plaza • 
Bridgewater, 

Cohasset • Duxbury • Halifax • Hanover • Hanover Mall 
Hanson • Hingham • Hull • Marshfield • Norwell 
Pembroke • Plymouth • Scituate • Whitman 
Member FDIC 




Here You May Choose From a Complete Selection 
of the World's Finest Jewelry and Silverware 




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Compliments of 



NORFOLK CONVEYOR 



A Division of the Jervis B. Webb Company 





"Roller and Belt Conveyor Systems" 



1 55 King St. Cohasset, MA 



Maytag — Amana — Kitchen Aid — Tappan — Kelvinator 

SMITH APPLIANCE CORP. 

405 Route 3A 
Cohasset, Mass. 02025 
383-0576 




Restaurant 



Open Daily 
For Lunch and Dinner 
Lounge From 1 1 :30 A.M. 
8 Stagecoach Way • Cohasset, Mass. 02025 • (61 7)383-6770 



749-6960 




REAL ESTATE & NSURANCE 



Specializing in 
Pension Plans 



Richard S. Lamb 



22 North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



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STEELSFANnc 

AVON INDUSTRIAL PARK 
AVON, MASS. 02322 M 



TEL. (617) 564.6600 




Best Wishes to 
the Class of 1980 




LGRIM CO-OPERATIVE 
BANK 

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48 South Main St., Cohasset 
383-0541 
383-0516 

Savings Accounts 




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BARCLAY 
BROWN 
KAVANAGH 



48 Accord Park 
Hingham, MA 





New Function Room for Hire 

GEORGE H. MEALY POST NO. 1 1 8 

Cohasset, Massachusetts 


21 S. 


"QUOTSS" 1 

Books 

Vdain St. 


f Special 

Orders Taken 

, Records, Tapes 

383-1233 Cohasset Village 





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Good Luck To The Class of "80" 


GRANITE STATE COLLECTION 


AGENCY 




ivirs. irene Drown 
President 






EVergreen 3 1490 Air Conditioned 


Fine Clothing 
for Women 


Mona rriel 


Uohasset Village 
Mary Lou Day 383-6927 


Hair Stylist 




cDavid Shafpe 


Five Stagecoach Way 
Cohasset, MA 


GALLERY 

3 SOUTH MAIN STREET. COHASSET. MA 02025 • 383-0899 



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